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Mar 25, 2013 7:00am PDT
an armed robbery in san jose. here's the intersection where the drive-by shooting happened and police were led on a wild chase through three east bay cities late last night. our cameras caught the chase north through 880. police tried to pull the driver other in hayward for dui and reckless driving. but he sped off through san leandro and oakland. the car spun out of control between 580 between harrison and park and police cars slammed into it to box the car in. officers say people were throwing things out on the roadway. they never found the objects but officers did find weapons inside the vehicle when it finally stopped. >> they pursued the vehicle in oakland where it crossed across the center median. the three occupants were taken into custody from there. >> reporter: police believe those three could be tied to a shooting in hayward early yesterday afternoon. a man was driving with his wife and child at tennyson and kalaroga when he was struck by a bullet and taken to the hospital. he's expected to survive. a hayward police officer tweeted around midnight that they had three
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Mar 14, 2013 7:00am PDT
look at the san jose crash, what it's doing to traffic. it's not good. also looking at the toll plaza, a big delay there. let's go to mark. >> good morning. the fog making a comeback, coastside right around the bay, not as widespread as yesterday but still a factor. a big batch of high clouds moving in and temperatures cool off into the weekend. we'll keep an eye on the fog and have an update in the 7:00 hour. >>> coming up, a jolt that may surprise you. >>> growing number of threats at local schools, one mentioned today's date. we'll be right back. >>> we're live at foothill high school in pleasanton where a threatening note is found on campus. we'll tell you what it said and how either schools are reacting to the problem. >>> an overnight jolt in the area. where a 4.6 earthquake hit just hours ago. >> reporter: we're live at st. mary's college in morago with what vatican scholars say we can expect from pope francis. >>> and carnival cruise lines, a dream that turned into a nightmare. "mornings on 2" begins right now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark
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Mar 21, 2013 7:00am PDT
home park in san jose. the fire broke out around 4:30 this morning in the manner mobile home park and knocked down a short time later. no one was inside. >> time is 7:03. happening right now dozens of people are standing in line right now for a chance to win free bread for a year. it's happening at the new budine bakery. show us how long that line is out there. and how long some people have been waiting. >> reporter: there are about 100 people in line and all of them are guaranteed a free loaf of bread 365 days out of the year. one of the first people in line came from sacramento. people are huddled out here. i also wanted to take a look at what 365 loafs of bread looks like. here it is. all these people are going to actually be getting coupons for a free loaf of bread everyday of the year. this is worth about $1500. i want to go inside and show you this brand new restaurant opening up here in cupertino. this is the very famous boudin bakery. it's the oldest longest running business out of san francisco. there are 100 people waiting outside just to taste your bread and get it free for
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Mar 9, 2013 7:00am PST
low clouds and the low cloud deck over san jose. mostly cloudy. in the 30s to 40s. once again. 37 in santa rose a.38napa. i want to point out this is slightly warmer than where we were 24 hours ago. though it's a cold start we are about like where we were friday. if you were out early you know what to expect. 37 in walnut creek. widespread 40s, 46 san francisco, 43 in areas around haywood. 38 san ramone. again we will start now to see the temperatures slowly turn around over the next two hours and then into the afternoon a nice warm up in store. here is the forecast. picking up just a little bit of high cloud cover around are the bay area, san jose reporting mostly cloudy by ten its clearing out. even the coastline looks mostly clear for your saturday afternoon. temperatures will be a few degrees above yesterday afternoon highs. pacific satellite view the system that brought the little bit of rain and then moved sight is pushing eastover arizona. we are still on the back edge of this trough like pattern. ridge of high pressure and the difference between the two could bring up the win
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Mar 18, 2013 7:00am PDT
. one upper 30. that's santa rosa. antioch, 44, livermore, san jose, redwood city, san rafael. san rafael seems to be stuck at 44. there's your break in the clouds right now. but they will continue to roll in later this afternoon leading to rain by tuesday afternoon. highs today, 60s into -- some low 70s. tomorrow that system comes in. it looks like that rain will carry us into wednesday. and 60s and 70s. no system behind this one. it's one system and out of here. clearing takes place on thursday and right now temperatures look like they will rebound as they head into the upcoming weekend. >>> 7:26. tomorrow, the new pope will be officially inaugurated. we'll bring you a live report from rome and have all of the new details about that ceremony. >>> and we're live here in san francisco where unhappy bay area postal workers plan on protesting this morning. we'll tell you the reasons why they are so upset -- coming up. >> reporter: do silicon tech companies have enough diversity in their workplace? you may be surprised about how difficult it was to give up some information. you will h
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Mar 23, 2013 7:00am PDT
the attack happened at 2:45 in the afternoon at the togo's restaurant in downtown san jose. a student eating there heard the commotion and rushed over to help. >> so i ran over there, and it was just empty. she was laying on the ground on her face bleeding. >> a police search of the neighborhood came up empty. police are still searching for ramirez this morning. they say he and gonzales broke up two years ago and she had an active restraining order against him. police believe ramirez could be headed to mexico in a truck that looks like this one. a dark green 1996 toyota t-100. if you see that truck you are urged to call police immediately. >>> new video of a tree that fell on a house in the oakland hills. it happened around 3:30 this morning on oakwood drive, the tree estimated to be 75 foot tall crashed down on the corner of the roof. the downed tree also brought traffic on oakwood drive to a stop. firefighters say they do not know what caused that tree to fall. >>> an investigation is underway into a crash involving a scooter and a santa clara county sheriffs patrol car. the acciden
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Mar 16, 2013 7:00am PDT
beginning and i want to bring in one of them. that's chris from san jose who just arrived here at the search center. you have your vest on. are you leady -- you are ready to go. why do you keep coming down here? >> i'm coming down to give back to the community president that's what i like to do is help and give until my heart bleeds out this is a great cause to come out and help and we urge people to come help. the more the better. still going on. we have big turn outs most days. it's every saturday. it's just something good to do. >> reporter: what continues to give you hope you will be able to find her? >> the family. we have hope as the family does and we want to keep the family keeping hope and that's why we do this. >> reporter: thank you. one of the volunteer searches who will take part. also want to point out this ongoing search has been oed by the class kids foundation. they have planned a child safety and fundraising event that will happen later today that. at niles hall and that goes from one in the afternoon until five in the afternoon and then of course following that news
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Mar 20, 2013 7:00am PDT
doing really well in the rain, 24.5. now 79% of normal. san jose, 70% of normal. i want to make a correction here. i -- i originally -- about a half-hour ago, i said one of the driest marches ever in san francisco, it's the 20th driest march. it is january, february, march, the driest three-month stretch in san francisco so far. only 1.66 inches of rain has fallen. we need another 1.50 plus to go into second place. i doubt that happens. so again we're in record- setting territory for lack of rain. i just saw -- came across on twitter from the national weather service in mobile, alabama, last year they were running about 48 degrees above average, this year to 28 below. what a -- 2 to 8 below. what a difference. this is a very mild system coming up from the southwest. there could still be a little bit more rain. you will start to see some clearing taking place north to south. rainfall totals, most of it fell about .10 to .25 to .030. still some light rain in there. you can see the cloud cover continues to stream in here. temperatures, though really on the mild side. 50s for almost e
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Mar 24, 2013 7:00am PDT
francisco. upper 60s in oakland. low 70s for antioch. 69 for san jose. 71 for morgan hill. upper 60s for mountain view. just a nice pleasant afternoon in store. as we get into monday a subtle cool down. bigger change will come tuesday into wednesday. the chance for rain will arrive late tuesday. we'll leave it off the icon now. better chance will come wednesday. thursday and the models are shaping up for possibly a wet easter weekend. at least the first half of that weekend. i'll show you the future cast model and what you can expect coming up. >> thanks. >>> it is official spring break is officially in full year for schools across the bay area. since many students won't be heading to class, muni announced it will reduce some of its services during the morning and evening commute. people are being told to check the schedule ahead of time. meanwhile many college students are off to hot spring break destinations like mexico and florida. and as they do, they are being urged by police to use caution after several spring break related deaths being reported in mexico. >>> stranded drivers and
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Mar 15, 2013 7:00am PDT
. >>> well, san jose police department is getting ready to welcome some new officers. today more than 40 recruits will graduate from the san jose police academy. it's the first academy graduation for the department since 2009. and it will be held at 1:00 this afternoon at the parkside hall in downtown san jose. >>> 7:21. a little cooler out there. you will notice it. but would you like at this sunrise? that's a beautiful, live picture. rosemary orozco will be here to tell you how much cooler it will be and whether rain will be coming soon. >>> the fight to shut down drake's boy continues. now the oyster company is pulling in some celebrities for support. >>> good morning, traffic on 237, we have a little bit of slow traffic there. we'll talk about that and the new problem on the bay bridge. please. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the new hazelnut macchiato from starbucks. crafted by hand & heart. >>> 7:23. a lawsuit filed against a chicago mcdonald's says a child ate a used condom found in the play area. a woman says her son who was 2 years old at the time cuffed up a piece -- coug
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Mar 7, 2013 7:00am PST
negotiator. sal will cover the memorial procession from santa cruz to san jose. we are in san grows -- we start with claudine in santa cruz. >> reporter: we are standing at the start of the procession. the folks told to gather here starting about seven this morning and in the last several minutes we have seen activity. take a look to the side of me. you can see three buses that are lined up along this street. they have the santa cruz police emblem on them and a sign. we assume possibly members of the department will ride these buses down the procession. i want to show you what's happening in this parking lot just near the boardwalk here. you can see motor officers starting to line up their motorcycles. they will stage there and then move to the start of the procession. this procession, ready to leave about 8:45 but everybody was told to gather about seven this morning so it'll just get busier. the morning has started in this community. everybody is still trying to dumb to terms with the loss of the two officers. there was a memorial last night at the santa cruz memorial funeral home
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Mar 13, 2013 7:00am PDT
. alameda i'm sorry san jose avenue at delong. when i say bad area i say it's poor visibility in the area. so it's dangerous. the fire department and police are asking you to be careful. westbound bay bridge traffic backed up for a 15-20 minute delay. now let's go to mark. >>> hi there, sal. we have been watching the fog develop at the coast to near parts of the bay. the national weather service issuing this. a dense fog advisory for parts of the bay area. visibilities down to less than a quarter of a mile. today some morning fog. temperatures on the warm side this afternoon. ranging from the 60s, 70s, approaching the 80-degree mark. a few changes in the five-day forecast. we'll have more coming up. >>> also coming up on mornings on 2 over night developments in the election of a new pope. we will take you to rome as we watch for smoke. >>> that disturbing threat at a bay area high school how the police and teachers are responding. stay right here with us. >>> it happened just hours ago for the third time. black smoke over the sistine chapel. the cardinals electing a new pope send a m
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Mar 11, 2013 7:00am PDT
numbers coming up. >>> coming up first on the scene of san jose's ninth homicide of the year. >>> a gruesome death at a san francisco bart station that many questions surrounding the grim discovery. >>> >> reporter: a gruesome deadly accident at a san francisco b.a.r.t. station. we'll tell you what one man was doing right before he was killed. >> reporter: this neighborhood has turned into a crime scene after neighbors find a man shot to death in the middle of the street. we'll tell you what police think may have led up to the shooting. >>> we're following developing news from afghanistan. new deadly attacks targeting u.s. troops. >>> a major crash in half moon bay has one of the major roads in and out of the area blocked. "mornings on 2" starts right now. >> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's monday march 11th. we want to go right to sal following a serious crash on highway 92. >> this crash is blocking all of the lanes on 92 between 35 and 1. they are doing an investigate, major injuries. a person taken away, taken to stanfor
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Mar 2, 2013 7:00am PST
san jose. we've got a nice start. and a good-looking day ahead. temperatures will be cooler in the afternoon, because of these high clouds that are helping us out this morning. and they will be the flip for the afternoon. take a look at walnut creek. 47 degrees. 45 santa rosa. and still a little cool. widespread cool temperatures around the bay area. these numbers are anywhere from 3-6 degrees above what we felt as we started yesterday morning. again, the high clouds, the high clouds also are helping to prevent the fog that we saw yesterday. so perhaps a few patches out there. but we're not dealing with dense fog this morning and it is not widespread. a look at storm tracker. here is the source. we have just a very weak system breaking down the ridge of high pressure that has been over us for some time. bringing us that mild to warm weather. now, l.a., going to enjoy it. but you can see our pattern beginning to shift. so the high clouds will be with us for today. this rain eventually sinking south, and it could actually bring us a few sprinkles. not going to be a lot. but it will b
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Mar 28, 2013 7:00am PDT
san jose. that sounds pretty serious. >>> it is 7:21. a landslide has forced several families to evacuate and almost a dozen homes are still in danger this morning. the pictures show just how massive the landslide was. it happened early yesterday morning about 50 miles north of seattle. reporter jeff is joining us live to let us know the future of the homes that are still in danger. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tori. geologists will come out and try to assess the damage and risk that is still posed to the few dozen homes. the slide is on the other side of this house. the video is amazing. it's best captured from up above. it looks like a huge bite was taken out of that hillside. the landslide itself is at least 700 feet long. and that cliff goes straight down about 200 feet. so much land mass was lost during yesterday morning's slide that the coastline here on would be island has now changed. it used to be straight and now it jets out about 40-50 feet. an immense amount of mud and rock and debris. only one home amazingly has been damaged so far. it was knocked clean o
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Mar 19, 2013 7:00am PDT
is shot and killed by police in east san jose. investigators are looking into what led up to this shooting. we'll have an update. ♪ >>> and overnight mass at the vatican, marking a new era for the church. >> reporter: miami or santa clara? who will host super bowl l? the nfl has nare roared it down but it doesn't necessarily want to pay. we'll tell you what the organization is asking for t "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's tuesday, march 19th. >>> we have new video on developing news we first told you about in our last hour, the marine corps has confirmed seven marines were killed last night during a training exercise near the california/nevada border. there was an explosion just before 10:00 p.m. at the hawthorne army depot near hawthorne,ner. that's about 140 miles --ner. that's about 140 -- nevada. that's about 140 miles east. we've also learned the marines were based out of camp lejeune, north carolina. an official on scene was revealing limited information. >> it was a acc
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Mar 22, 2013 7:00am PDT
little bit of a wave here pam and dave westbound. it's not bad. if you are driving in san jose, southbound 280 we have the two right lanes closed. now to bill. >>> we are looking at temperatures today. they will be warmer than yesterday. that is a good thing. we'll see temperatures in the 60s and low 70s. current numbers outside low 40s. it will be a nice looking 24 hours when i get back on mornings on 2 at 7:00 we will show you the five-day forecast and the next chance for rain. >>> coming up on mornings on 2 the big story we've been telling you about is a deadly hit and run accident on a san jose freeway. >>> developing news in marin county. a rock slide causing big problems for drivers heading to the golden gate bridge. [ male announcer ] subway introduces the new $3 six-inch select! this march, we're kicking things off with the low fat oven roasted chicken $3 six-inch select. it's available all month long as one of our march featured values, the newest way to enjoy subway every day! subway. eat fresh. >>> we're live in san jose where part of a major freeway is closed down. it's a fatal
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Mar 10, 2013 7:00am PDT
concord. 73 for napa. low 70s santa rosa. down into the south bay san jose you're checking in at 70 degrees. 69 in mountain view. 71 as we go inland for livermore. 70s for concord as well. the extended forecast as we get through today it's going to be a nice one and then tomorrow just as nice. but the warming trend continuing the over night lows will begin to bump up the afternoon highs will continue as well. by wednesday it looks like we peak 76 degrees temperatures in the afternoon. we remain dry on thursday and it looks like the try pattern will continue into the weekend. >>> a modern twist on an age old process. how social media is playing a role in the process of finds a new pope and what is being done at the vatican now to keep technology out. >>> hundreds of couples stay parked in a public display of affection. >>> but let's take you outside. a live look at 101 in san francisco. reminder if you are driving in san francisco today, part of the embarcadero will be closed from the ballpark down toward fish -- down toward fisherman's wharf. time now is 7:10. >>> welcome back on th
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Mar 29, 2013 7:00am PDT
westbound bay bridge it's light. and this mornings commute in oakland you can see the fog is moving around. it wasn't foggy earlier but it is now. let's go to steve. >>> you are correct, sir. we talked about that. it's definitely showing up. our observer said very, very foggy. quarter mile visibility. and that will play into our weather. also playing into our weather is a break from a lot of the high mid level clouds. mostly sunny and mild. >>> also coming up on mornings on 2 a story we have been following in san francisco for the past two hours. what led us to this frightening scene. >>> also a suspect search in the south bay. you will see the video that police hope will lead to the arrest. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! don't stress. we can figure this out. 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"mornings on 2" starts right now. >>> good friday move, i'm brian flores. >> i'm tori campbell. dave clark is off today. >>> police are searching for the driver who plowed into a home in san francisco's bayview district, then took off. it happened around 4:00 it morning. tara moriarty is joinging us with reaction from the home in the woman who thought there had been an earthquake. >> reporter: good morning. they thought it was an earthquake. the mother said the daughter rushed into her bedroom and said i think it's the big one and then they looked outside and saw the car smashed into their house where the blue tarp is. witnesses say the driver slammed into the house and then the suspect ran away. there appears to be about $10,000 worth of damage to the house and many items inside the garage were ruined, including a dryer. witnesses could not tell if the person was a man or a woman. they appeared to be latino or pacific islander. the impact of the crash was enough to wake up everyone inside the home. luckily, no one was hurt. >> came outside, nobody was hurt. all of the stones and rock and stuff is on the ground. very surprising. you don't really see too many disasters like this. >> reporter: police are running the license plates right now. they say the car was not stolen. oftentimes in these type of cases, police say the driver is usually drunk and flees the scene. police want to remind everyone that it is a crime to report a false crime. the person will face hit and run charges and possible dui. meanwhile, the people here are trying to get some sleep since their rude awakening. you see it knocked over the trash cans and the trash was strewn all the way down the street to the lamp that you can see. so quite a messy seen out here. most of it has been cleaned up. as we mentioned, the people are trying to get some shutout. i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, tara. >>> san francisco police are also investigating an overnight shooting that happened a block from alamo park and injured two people. it happened at 12:0 this morning at -- 12:30 this morning. police say shots were fired between two cars. one of the victims drove himself to the hospital. both victims are expected to survive. >>> drug-sniffing dogs will be sniffing out prescription drugs and alcohol in dublin schools. the school board voted to bring them back last year after they stopped using them. >>> police are looking for two men suspected of robbing people leaving a light rail station. ktvu channel 2 reporter janine de la vega is live at the station with more. >> reporter: brian, we're here in front of the berryessa light rail station. police say it was three teenaged boys who were riding and they were followed into a neighborhood about a half a mile away and that's where they were robbed. police want to know if you are ecnice these men. one is black, the other is latino. this is video on march 8th. investigators say at 7:30 that night, the suspects followed the victims. they confronted the boys saying they would shoot them if they didn't turn over their property. the suspects robbed the victims and then ran away. none of those teenaged boys were injured. now, the first suspect is described as being black, 5'10" weighing 180 wounds with an afro, wearing a white t-shirt and white and black shorts. the other suspect is described described as being latino, 5'8", 180 pounds. he has a goatee and a tattoo on his left arm. he was also wearing black and plaid shorts but he was wearing a t-shirt. if you recognize these men, call san jose police. i also want to mention that a couple of months ago a woman was robbed. she was on ray street and that incident when we reported it, we showed pictures of the suspect and people called into the station, recognizing the suspects, an arrest was made. police are hoping, even though this is an unrelated case, if police recognize the pictures, that maybe, you know, they will call into police and they will be able to get success in this case. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, janine. >>> a suicide bomber killed 11 people and injured more than 20 in an attack at a u could. son sue lit in pakistan -- u.s. consulate in pakistan. reportedly, the target of the attack was a police commander. he was not hurt. the pakistani taliban claimed responsibility for the attack saying police are part of the system they don't recognize and they are operating against us. >>> meantime, a mass rally in north korea today against the u.s. coming up at 7:15, the action by the u.s. that has north korea threatening to settle accounts. >>> 7:05. san francisco's public housing authority is in a real cash crunch. the acting head of the agency says it will run out of money in two months. if that happens, there will be no money to pay for garbage collection, repairs or staff salaries. and it will be $6.4 million in deficit by the end of the year. the housing authority handles programs that provide homes for more than 41,000 low-income families and individuals. >>> b.a.r.t. says money from the latest fare hikes will only be used for capital improvements on the transit system. board members wanted to clarify what the increased fares would pay for. the board voted to expand the fleet of train, building a new maintenance center and installing a better control system. there had been public concerns, the money would go toker pay and benefits for -- would go for pay and benefits for workers. >>> we've been talking about fog all morning long. pretty light traffic. but sal, you are updating the crash there in n francisco. what's going on on there? >> southbound 101 after cesar chavez, a delivery truck overturned. normally, we can show you a picture of that on the maps but our picture is fogged in. so the traffic will be slow on southbound 1101 and also -- 101. the best way to do it, use 280 as an alternate route. that's a better way to leave town at this point. let's go to live pictures right now. definitely lighter than usual. a lot of people have the day off today. there are no problems on the upper deck of the bay bridge. this morning's commute on northbound 280 in san jose, the fog hasn't reached here. it's clear and clear traffic. >>> let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. definitely a lot of fog stepping right on top of it, some of the higher buildings peeking out up above. it can be a lousy visibility. we get a little bit of a break today. weak high pressure has built over. that's squashing some of that fog by the way. but the higher clouds have thinned out. could be a few later on. overall, mostly sunny and very mild to warm today, especially inland of get more of that tropical feel here. it's a warm pattern away from the coast. i think by the coast after that fog burns off. high clouds might come in later. could be a few buildups over the hills. but it will be on the weekend. clouding up on saturday, possible thundershowers, showers but more likely late saturday into sunday. today will be mild to warm away from the coast. mid- to upper 70s possible. 40s and 50s on the temperatures. we're running cooler than yesterday when we had all of the cloud cover and drizzle. 30, 38 tahoe in reno. the low is inching towards us. i mean, it has to take another day before it will start wrapping in the moisture. today is that break. about once it does start to move in, it will cloud us up. we'll have toking, sun -- fog, sun. possibility of shower activity late saturday afternoon but i think it's more likely overnight into sunday. about .25 to .050. we can use all of the rain we can get because it looks like we'll down in the sierra nevada, driest january, february, march. 1.07 inches of rain has fallen of we need 1.50. i don't think that will happen. 60s and 70s. grim numbers here on the west coast for rainfall those three months. today, enjoy the sun. it will feel mild and warm for many. clearing out on monday, tuesday looks good. tori and brian? >> thank you, steve. >>> 7:09. some families are being allowed back in their homes after a huge landslide in washington state the slide happened this week on whidbey island near seattle. one home was destroyed. several homes were damaged. geologists will be back at the scene this morning trying to figure out what caused the ground to give way. >>> a northern california woman is camping out in a tree and is now on a hunger strike. she's living in a pine tree in willits. that's in mendocino county. she moved into the tree january 28th to propose a highway 101 bypass project because she says the project will affect birds in the area. she wants the project to be stopped, wants access to the construction site an and for an alternative to the bypass. until those demands are met, she refuses to eat. >>> yet another close call. what happened those children who survived the sandy hook elementary school shooting? fference between a vase and a vaz? a vaz is a really nice 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center divide and crashed head on into a car, killing a couple from petaluma. the big rig driver suffered moderate injuries. the chp says he may face criminal charges. >>> a memorial service will be held sunday for a san francisco woman hit by a car while she crossed the street. the 68-year-old woman had been clinging to life since last thursday's accident. she suffered severe brain trauma and died on wednesday. she was walking with her husband who suffered minor leg injuries. the driver stayed a the scene after the crash and was not arrested. prosecutors are deciding to seek charges. >>> san jose police say more than 1800 cars were stolen in january and february alone. that's a 53% increase over the same time period last year. one san jose city council member thinks -- >> i think we're having issues with folks coming out of the jail and the prison system and coming into the bay area and all over california. >> the california detail ended a year ago due to staffing levels. >>> 7:14. north korean leader kim jung un has ordered his military to be ready to attack. kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom with what the pentagon is saying this morning. >> reporter: well, i did call the public affairs office. i also e-mailed them but so far there's no word on how the military could respond to these latest threats from north korea. kim jung un says his rocket forces are ready to "settle accounts with the u.s.." it is partially in response to this -- yesterday, the u.s. said it flew nuclear capable stealth bombers to south korea for joint military drills. chuck hagel says it's vital that the north korea snows the u.s. will protect south korea, u.s. military bases. >> i don't think we're poking back and responding. north korea has to understand that what they are doing is very dangerous. >> reporter: and here's a time line from the threats -- in december, north korea successfully launched a rocket. in january, kim jung un scoffed at u.n. sanctions and made more nuclear threats. just last month, north korea had a successful underground nuclear test. and now un says his rocket forces are ready to attack the u.s. i talked with a former member of the intelligence community here in d.c. he used to work for the cia. he says the u.s. has to be very careful with how it responds to threats from north korea. we'll hear more from him when i see you next hour. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> americans are marking the anniversary of the end of the united states direct military role in the vietnam war. it's been 40 years since the last american troops withdrew. after troops left the war, a small american presence remained, mostly diplomats, advisers and aide workers. >>> we're learning more about the condition of nelson mandela. he's in the hospital getting treatment for a recurring lung infection. he's said to be in good spirits and making steady progress. his office said the 94-year-old enjoyed a full breck breakfast this morning. >>> prosecutors are responding to a plea offer from james holmes. he said he would plead guilty to the crime in order to avoid the death penalty. prosecutors say it is extremely unlikely they will agree to the offer. >>> well, a newtown, connecticut family has experienced two tragedies in less than a year. this week, the barth family lost their home and pets in a devastating fire. a couple of months ago, their two children survived the mass shooting at sandy hook elementary school. the red cross is helping with hotel accommodations and the fire is under investigation. >>> a boxing champion from gilroy is in trouble with the law. he was arrested at j.f.k. when airport security found and unloaded handgun inside a locked gun box. guerrero says the firearm is registered in california. but new york law enforcement says he's still not licensed to carry the gun in new york. he was there to promote a may 4th bout against another fighter. >>> the marin county man accused of brandishing anantler was arrested. last night they received reports that the man was running around with a spear- like weapon on a property near whit acer -- whit kerr road -- whitaker bluff road. >>> san francisco police are searching for suspects in a big wine heist. thieves stole more than $100,000 worth of wine from a merchant in the city's bayview district. police say it happened sometime tuesday night or early wednesday night at fine wine international. the owners say the thieves made off with 80 bottles of expensive wines. police are following several leads at this point including the possibility this was an inside job. >>> a new employee code of conduct continues today at port of oakland in the wake of a spending scandal that was uncovered in a recent ktvu investigation. among other things, we learned some port workers spent thousands of dollars of public money at a strip club. >> it's really a milestone and a commitme that we made to the public to respond of a we learned of serious challenges that we face and actions that have been conducted by senior leadership. >> the new policy approved yesterday, includes tough new limits on employee spending and travel. it also calls for mandatory ethics training for all port workers. >>> the giants' world series win helped san francisco reach a record for tourism spending. the san francisco travel association says more than 16 million visitors came to the city in 2012 and they spent a record $8.9 billion. >> it's a destination place so people really want to come here and say. they come earlier and stay the week and then the weekend after. >>> the america's cup and the bay bridge heights are expected to boost tourism this year. one of the big things is the weather. >> exactly. >> not so good this weekend. >> well, speaking of weather, we are expecting rain this holiday weekend. meteorologist steve paulson is tracking system heading our way. up next he will tell us when and where we can expect the rain. >>> chick-fil-a has come under fire for its stance on same-sex marriage. now they are serving something else up. >>> northbound 280 looks good approaching one of the big -- busiest intersections in the county. ♪ alright, let's go. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ we, we chocolate cross over. ♪ yeah, we chocolate cross over. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing fiber one 80 calorie chocolate cereal. ♪ chocolate. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> the supreme court is not -- time magazine is declaring the debate over gay marriage is already over. they have two different couples, one features, a lesbian couple from new york. the other a gay people from southern california. >>> the owner of chick-fil-a wanted to show that they do not discriminate. in july, he said the franchise reports the traditional idea of family. >>> 7:24 and the founder of facebook may not like his tax bill this year. mark zuckerberg is expected to owe the irs more than a billion dollars in taxes. that's because he decided to exercise a stock option and buy more than $60 million in stock shares and he knew the high bill was coming and sold stock to cover it. >>> 237 traffic is doing very well as you cross 880. this is 280 at the 880 interchange. there are no major problems as you drive through. we have a light could commute. use 280 as an alternate. let's go to steve. >>> well, the big story is the fog for many. some of it is really thick. visibility is lousy but mostly sunny and warm. we could use some rain. we're running out of time. you can see the fock. there will be rain on the weekend. but i don't think it will matter here. some of the totals coming in are just beyond ugly. the good was november, december, we were 160% of normal. the rain was fantastic and january came around and the tap turned off. that's the bad. third driest ever for san francisco. january. february was not much better. 18%. 20 driest ever. what's the ugly? the ugly is so far, january, february, and march, a grand total of 1.73 inches of rain has fallen. we would need an inch and a half to not set the record and i don't think that's going to happen. so it will go down, threes three -- threes three months as the driest ever in san francisco and the records go back to 1849, 1850. 1851 was 3.2. that's the record. we're not gonna do it. we'll get some rain but we'll set a dubious record of being so dry. the lowe responsible is kind of in-between systems. the low is on the way. clouding up on saturday. rain likely sunday. >>> a fire engine crashes in oakland. what we're learning about the accident that happened during a response to a call. >>> we're live in richmond where police are looking for a gunman whose bullet hit a 1- year-old. i just talked with the public information officer and we'll tell you how you can help in this investigation. >>> how thousands of dental patients may have been exposed to h.i.v. r[ >>> a 1-year-old boy is wounded while playing with his grandparents in their apartment. lorraine blanco is at the richmond police station. this case has really upset the chief and the whole department. good morning, lorraine. >> reporter: good morning. i just talked with the public information officer for richmond police. the lieutenant told me they are looking for more leads today. the suspect description is incredibly general and they are hoping someone will come forward with some better information at about 1:15 yesterday, the city's shot spotter system captured rapid gunfire near first and mcdonald in the iron triangle neighborhood. police believe the intended target was a man on his bicycle who suffered non-life- threatening injuries. the child, 1-year-old eli jauge, underwent emergency surgery for bullet fragments to his neck. he's in fair condition. his grandfather was feeding him when he was injured. >> bottom line, you know, it shouldn't happen. my son didn't do anything to anybody. i didn't do anything to anybody. i go to work and i come home. >> we're not gonna tolerate this in richmond. we've made incredible progress in this over the past few years dealing with this violence. >> reporter: the city said the reward is doubled to $25,000 hoping to arrest the shooter very quickly. police are looking into what other shooting was gang- related. lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> daly city police are searching for a group of people who witnessed a crash that killed three people earlier this month. a 50-year-old woman and her two sons were killed on march 9th on eastmoore avenue. a drunk driver slammed into them. a fourth passenger was severely injured. a 28-year-old sunnyvale man has pleaded not guilty to dui vehicular manslaughter charges. >>> brentwood police have arrested a man accused of molesting a boy 20 years ago. now they are encouraging other possible victims to come forward. 52-year-old gordon blake is being held at the martinez detention facility on 15 counts of sexual molestation. investigators say the victim came forward and said blake molested him starting at age 10. he says the abuse went on for six years. police say blake may have come into contact with other children at the brentwood community pool. >>> 7:32. a frightening warning this morning for thousands of dental patients in the midwest. we're going to go to tulsa, oklahoma to find out how 7,000 patients may have been exposed to hiv and help pie tis. >> reporter: health investigators are issuing -- and hepatitis. >> reporter: health investigators are issuing warnings to those patients who have come here to this dentist and that they need to get tested quickly. all of this happening after investigators, health investigators came here to the dental practice over the course of the last two weeks and said they found extremely unsanitary conditions inside this dental practice as well as -- as well as illegal practices in their words, assistants that were not qualified. they are urging these patients who say they might have been ex- - they might have been exposed to hiv and help a tie tase. we've -- hepatitis. we've tried to get in touch with the doctor. his practice has been temporarily closed. so we don't know what the future holds for dr. harrington's practice here in tulsa, oklahoma. right now the focus is getting those 7,000 people tested to see if they've been infected with hiv and hepatitis. >> thank you. >>> in overnight news, a fire truck responding to a call crashed in oakland. it happened around 9:00 last night at 90th avenue and bancroft. as you can see from our video, part of the fire truck was on top of this car. the good news, no one was injured. investigators say the collision, though, did cause air bags to deploy. and this morning, police are investigating whether alcohol was a factor in a richmond collision that injured seven people. police say the driver of a chevy camaro collided with a pickup truck at 7:20 last night. two people in the camaro were critically injured. four other people are also injured but they are expected to survive. >>> authorities are investigating after bodies were found on two bay area beaches. police say a jogger spotted a woman's body at shore itbird park in emeryville yesterday morning. there were no obvious signs of trauma but police have not ruled out foul may. a passer pau spotted another body -- a passerby spotted another body. autopsies will be conducted to determine how both people died. >>> right now, president obama on air force one, on his way to miami, florida. this is him leaving maryland a few minutes ago. in miami, the president will tour a tunnel project and talk about his proposals to strengthen the economy by investing in infrastructure. >>> meantime, the obama administration wants the entire country to use the kind of gas california drivers already use. the epa would require a nationwide reduction in the sulfur content of gas and tougher darr emission standards by 2017. it says the change could cost drivers less than a penny a gallon. but the oil industry says the reformulated gas would cost as much as 9 cents a gallon or more. >>> stanford researchers have found a link between birth defects and the one thing that most women can't avoid. according to the study, the pregnant women who breathe a lot of pollution in in the first few weeks of their pregnancy, are exposed to birth defects. >> we found those living near high pollution areas, those babies had a higher risk of spina bifida. >> they do say further study is required. >>> a new at&t survey tase teenagers are not the biggest come pits when -- says teenagers are not the biggest culprits when driving. and the trend is on the rise. 6 out of 10 drivers said they never texted behind the wheel just three years. >> no one should be texting and driving in the first place. >> no. >>> it's been light at the toll plaza. what is it looking like out there now? >> we keep checking it. the traffic at the toll plaza and almost everywhere else has been light. today is good friday. some people observed that. they have the day off. financial markets are closed. and that means some financial people may not be going to work today and of, of course, this is -- and, of course, this is spring break. next week some people have spring break so you might expect better than usual conditions on the roads. you notice the traffic is going to be busy on interstate 880 because of fog. not even so much the traffic. the fog is moving around. earlier this morning, this was absolutely clear. but now the fog has moved in. you can see traffic is moving well anyway. southbound 101 still clearing the crash in san francisco. you should use 280 as an alternate route to get out of town. it's lighter than usual on all of the roads, even some of the side roads like properot, you might want -- potrero, you might want to use that. >> cassie jean, sal, you know her? >> yes. >> fog free. >> that's good. >> very, very foggy in san francisco, parts of the bay as well. santa rosa and napa airport. that takes care of the fog. let's take care of some of the really, really ugly rain totals. the good was, november and december, we were 160% of normal for rain in san francisco. it was raining and then january 1st came around and it was turn off the tap. 11% of normal. third triest ever in san francisco. february was not much better. 20th driest ever. only 18% of normal. march has been ugly. the three-month total so far is 1.73, making it the driest three months. the snowpack is also the driest. only 52%. so far rain and snow in california, it's been a really bad number. we'll get some rain on the weekend. but we need about 1.50 to get past the old mark which is 3.20 set back in 1850, 1851. i don't think we'll get that much. we'll get some rain on the weekend. but i think we'll set a record for the driest three months ever. at least according to records. the low is on the way. we're getting a break in advance of it. 40s and 50s. some areas have fog. our oner, very, very foggy. can't see across the street. 30s up in reno and tahoe. 50s for many. a little chill there in the morning. the low is -- is inching towards us. it's very, very slow. you need a kicker. you probably won't get that until sunday. today is the tweener day. it will be really warm inland. but some low to mid-70s. we'll include it up on saturday -- cloud it up on saturday. some could begin but more likely sunday. .50. and a possibility of thunderstorms. i don't think we'll get more than an 1 out of it. .25, .50 and there's signs next week we could get another system. if you are inland, enjoy the sunshine. if you don't have the fog, you are already out of the gate. 70s for many. 60s for some. low os for others -- low 70s for others. possiblibility of rain. maybe some thunderstorms, showers ending on monday, looks good on tuesday. tori. >>> 20 minutes now before 8:00, the latest snow survey is not surprisingly coming up dry. it found that the snowpack is 32% of normal for this time of year. the good news is that a reservoir -- the reservoirs are just below average. this means a lot of heavy water users will be asked to cut back but we're not facing trout conditions. and the low snowpack could mean water restrictions in santa cruz before summer regins. rainfall in the area -- begins. rainfall in the area is 60% of normal. they could vote on this as early as april 23rd. >>> a health insurance windfall. how many californians will see a price cut in individual policies next year. yq >>> all u.s. financial markets are closed today for good friday. the dow and s&p closed at record highs. >> the dow has been setting records for a few weeks. but the s&p finally broke through. what will happen monday? some analysts say the records could trickery selloff due to profit taking but others say recent economic reports could send the indexes even higher. >>> the government of cyprus says it will keep its tight control on bank withdrawals in place for a month. no checks can be cashed and no money can be sent out of the country. >>> community -- first bank of dixon and preferred bank based in los angeles have expanded into our region. at least two other banks are waiting for regulators to approve moving into the swear. >>> it's the pope's first holy week as the leader of the catholic church. pam cook reports from our newsroom and pam he's mark, the occasion with a break with long- standing tradition. >> yes, he is. in one hour, good mass begins in rome. he broke an age-old church tradition. he washed and kissed the feet of two young women at a juvenile detention center in rome. that ceremony has been traditionally limited to men because all of jesus' apostles were male. the vatican spokesman says two of the 12 people whose feet were washed were muslim inmates. taking the ceremony to a youth prison was a papal first. pope francis said he wanted to be closer to those suffering. ♪ >> hundreds gathered where it's believed that jesus was cruise fid. later today, christians will bach in procession in jerusalem's old city. now, again, back to the new tradition, the pope did take the name francis. pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. >>> an annual protest at the -- these are live pictures of the protest. there is a speaker on the podium. a large group of people there. the demonstration and worship service officially began around 7:00. this year's theme is based on the title of a dr. martin luther king book "where do we go from here, chaos or community." >>> hundreds of thousands of californians will see price cuts in individual health premium policies next year. a new report shows nearly $600,000 who buy their own insurance will pay lower premiums. most of those will see their cuts -- this costs cut in half. >>> college freshmen coming in could pay more for student loans if congress doesn't act soon. the rate is set to increase from 3.4 to 6.8% july 1st. last year, students got a one- year reprieve but student loan professionals say there's no urgency to block the increases this time around. the increase could take effect when millions of new college students start signing up for fall classes. >>> president obama is keeping up the pressure for congress to pass new gun control legislation. the president appeared at the white house with 21 mothers who have lost children to gun violence. we've cried enough, we've had enough heartbreak, what we're proposing is nod radical. it's not taking away anybody's gun rights. >> the nra has come out strongly against any new gun laws. some republican senators are pledging to block the legislation when it comes before the senate. >>> 45-year-old everett basham was arrested for planning to kill leland yee. basham was believed to be angry about yee's proposed gun control legislation. the santa clara man is being held without mail. >>> a new state audit says some caltrans workers faked inspection data and were paid for work they never did. the auditor says caltrans did not immediately check the work but now says. caltrans says the broken bolts probably won't delay a scheduled opening of the new bay bridge on labor day week -- weekend. but engineers tell ktvu news that repair crews will be keeping very busy in the next five months in order to meet the deadline. they say the massive repair job will be both costly and difficult. two weeks ago, caltrans crews discovered that 31 huge holts had snapped. >>> and for the devil's slide there will be lane closures until 3:00 this afternoon. they are expected to do more striping on the tunnels, south of pacifica and they opened earlier this week and already some lane closures. >> yeah. >> uh-huh. >>> coming up -- the tent cabins at yosemite's curry village are getting an update after the virus outbreak last year. >>> and your favorite characters from "star wars" coming right here to the bay area where and when you can see the best on display. >>> the hatches are open. the crews are flying to croatia heading down the southeast. >> there's the soyuz capsule carryingly astronauts. chris cassidy of the united states is one of three astronauts who traveled six hours in the capsule before hooking up with the space station. >> what do we have here? >> "star wars" karks are at the tech mule. they will be there from october 19th until february 23rd. >>> on monday, brand-new sents will be available for camp -- tents will be available for campers at yosemite village. three people diedant ten park visitors became seriously ill after staying in the curry village campuses from the junta virus. it's not contagious from person to person. a park person said the old cabins had double insulated wall which mice were crawling through. >> we've done a lot of work on the tents. that's been our highest priority. >> and dibs the outbreak -- since the outbreak, the cabins have been destroyed and rebuilt. 50 cabins will be available for campers begin on monday. >>> all right. sal we've been trying to track this fog that's been going around the city right now. visibility could be a little compromised brian and tori. we are looking at the fog moving around earlier at 4:30 when we first saw this picture of those of you who have been with us for that long. remember, it was nice and clear and now some fog is moving through oakland. it was at the toll plaza early. it's still there at the toll plaza, although things are getting better. also visibility does improve when the sun comes up and the traffic has been light today. moving along and taking a look at san francisco, there might be slow traffic after an earlier crash. i would use 280 just in case instead out of san francisco at this time. let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sal. well, fog the big story. many areas are cleared. it will be sunny and warm. some mid-70s. san jose looking good. we also have some of that fog, though, really down to the deck and i mean visibility is awful but it will lift. the pressure is over us today. you can see a lot of gray over there. some of the higher and mid- level clouds are inching closer. 40s and 50s on the temperatures. a little bit cooler than yesterday. there's our low. it's on its way. it's moving. fog, sun, warm. human inland conditions 60s and 70s. cloud it up on saturday. there could be some garden variety showers on saturday. i think more likely sunday looks like a rain day with some possibilities of a thunderstorm. we've been painted for general area thunderstorms on sunday. >> all right. thank you, steve. >>> 7:56. cracking down on drugs and alcohol on campus. the bay area school district that is bringing in the drug- sniffing dogs. >> reporter: we're live in san francisco. we'll tell you what smashed into this house that caused the people inside to panic thinking that an earthquake had struck. >> reporter: three teenagers fall victims to robbers near a light rail station in san jose. police need your help tracking down the suspects. sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get everything off the shelf, and to your home. sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get everything off the shelf, and to your home. >>> welcome back. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm brian flores. dave clark is off today. >>> police are searching for the drive who plowed into a home in san francisco's bayview district and then took off. it happened at 4:00 this morning on hau street. tara moriarty joins us with a look at the thousands of dollars of damage to the home. tara? >> reporter: we've just learned some more information about the owner of the car that slammed into this house. we understand he is a 58-year- old latino man from fairfield who has had past residents in san francisco. we don't know if he was the one behind the wheel early this morning. but certainly police are on that right now. it was a very rude awakening for the folks who live in this house. there's a gaping hole that goes all the way through the garage where the car smashed into it. at 4:00 this morning, witnesses say a driver slammed into the home on the corner of hau street in the hunters point neighborhood. the suspect ran away. there appears to be about $10,000 worth of damage to the house and many items inside the garage were ruined. witnesses say the driver appeared to be latino and the impact of the crash was enough to wake up everybody in the house. luckily, nobody was hurt. but they thought an earthquake had struck. >> glass broken, our pictures, important papers, our dryer is completely broken. they pushed the dryer all the way in, just -- crazy. >> reporter: police say the car was not stolen. oftentimes in these types of cases, police say the driver is usually intoxicated, flees the scene and then later claims the car was stolen. it's a crime to report a false crime. the person faces hit-and-run charges and possible dui. the people in the home are getting ready to check with their insurance and figure out how to fix the damage here and as well as a car damaged on the street. back to you. >> thank you. >>> san francisco police are investigating an overnight shooting, a block from alamo square that injured two people. it happened at about 12:30 this morning on fell and pierce streets. police say it appears shots were fired between two cars. one of the victims managed to drive himself to the hospital. both victims are expected to sur riv. >>> drug-sniffing dogs will be approaching dublin schools. they will be sniffing out alcohol and both illegal and prescription drugs. they stopped using the drugs in 2007. they were voted back last year. >>> the search is on for two men who police say followed people from a light rail station in san jose and robbed them. janine de la vega is at the station with more. >> reporter: all trains and platforms have closed circuit cameras. police were able to get their hands on that video of the suspects leaving the train. those suspects targeted three young boys who were passengers. police want you to take a good look at these two men. one is black, the other is latino. both appear to be in their 20s. on march 8th, police say these two men followed three teenaged boys off the train from the berryessa light rail station near capital avenue. this is video of the two suspects getting off the train. they confronted the boys in the neighborhood half a mile away and it was there where they threatened to shoot them if they didn't turn over their property. we spoke to one man who says whenever he rides the light rail, he's aware of his surrounding. >> suspicious guys looking, i usually -- okay. i am more observed. >> reporter: did you uver watch who -- ever watch who followed you off the train? >> no. i'm 35 years old. i can run fast. maybe. >> reporter: the first suspect is described as being black. in his 20s, 5'10", 1 0 wounds -- 180 pounds with an afro. the second is suspect is latino, 5'8", 180 pounds. he has a goatee and a that hoo too on his -- tattoo on his left forearm. if you have any information or recognize either of these men, you are asked to give san jose police a call. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 8:0. returning to the scene of the crime was the downfall for a suspected serial bank robber. josh metoxin was arrested yesterday in novato. police say he was trying to rob the u.s. bank inside a safeway store when a teller recognized him from a robbery last month. now police are trying to determine if he is connected to bank robberies in marin -- and -- in marin and sonoma county. >> we are looking at other cases that are similar to work with other agencies. >> several of metoxin's alleged robberies were in lake county. police obtained a $750,000 warrant for the arrest of metoxin. a 20-year-old man from napa was also arrested yesterday. it's not clear what his connection to the case is. >>> michelle shocked is protesting the cancellation of her shows that comes after what concertgoers called an anti-gay rant in san francisco. this is shocked sitting outside mo's alley in santa cruz last night. she's dressed in white with tape across her mouth that reads silenced by fear. during a show in san francisco last month, she spoke out against same-sex marriage. about two-thirds of the audience walked out. since then, most clubs on her tour have canceled. >>> if all goes as planned, the repairs to this world-famous restaurant could be repaired by june. the new restaurant will feature elements from a jap po niece shrine in an american craftman style. reconstruction is expected to start in about two weeks. >>> google is taking steps to restore consumer reliance and is testing shop expressing bringing groceries to customers the same day the order is placed. the test is underway on the peninsula. but google says it won't say how many people are taking part in the test. google says if the test goes well, it will expand the service. >>> want to check in with sal who is once again keeping a close eye on the south bay. how are things moving there? >> you would like it if you were driving there. you almost never see this. it looks very nice. also 280 looks good getting up to the 880 interchange. we don't have a lot of slow traffic on -- on 101. so we're doing well as you drive through the south bay. the toll plaza is light. that's making it easier for those who have to go to work. still a little bit foggy along some of these commutes. there are no major problems by the way on the san mateo or on the dumbarton bridge. we have a little bit of fog on highway 1 and highway 92 along the coast. >>> let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. fog for some but not for everybody. patrick in redwood shores said clear, clear, clear. there's some fog on the ground. it's really lousy visibility. we get a break. we are getting a break. some higher clouds will begin to roll in. overall, mostly sunny to mild to warm. we could use some rain. november, december, we are very good, 160% above normal. way above in san francisco. january we turned off the tap. it was the third driest january ever. only 11% of normal. the bad was january and february. 18% of normal. 20th driest ever. the problem is the grand total for the three months, 1.73. we would need 1.50 to make it happen. i don't think it will happen. the old mark is 3.20 in 1850, '51. we'll got some rain, but i don't think -- we will get some rain but i don't think 1.50. 40, 50s, 60s down in southern california. the low is moving toward us. it will start to give us a lot of cloud cover. could get hit-and-miss showers. i think most of it will be late saturday and no doubt about it on sunday. as the low comes over, it looks like it's coming right over the bay area. your house and mine. i think the possibility of thunderstorms on sunday is very, very high. .25 to .050. but the rain will pick up as we go into the latter part of the weekend. fog, sun, very warm inland. temperatures mid-70s for some, pushing upper 70. st. helena, novato, 76. kentfield, 74. 75 dan ville. antioch brentwood. oakland, 68. berkeley 66. 76 gilroy. 70 santa cruz. santa clara, low 70s. mountain view, woodside but 60s on the coast. a little bit too much fog but it will be mild, muggy and warm. >>> for the first time in more than 40 years. san francisco has a new fire station. the san francisco museum of modern art put $14 million toward the project. in exchange, they got the old station which needed $9 million in earthquake renovations. the new state-of-the-art facility is located on folsom street and features new equipment for all types of emergencies. >> it's state of the art. it has equipment that we haven't seen in a long time. and i like the idea that it's got a generator that in case that big one hits, you got three days there to really help us recover. >> the station also has the collection of more than 27,000 pieces of artwork. station 1 is san francisco's busiest fire station with 17,000 annual calls. >>> major league baseball is back in the bay area. giants' pitcher timlin sip come says he's still confident about his pitches and is -- timlin sip come says he's still confident about his pitches. cepedes hit a home run. as won 7-3. giants hope to even the series tonight at at&t park. >>> and the giants announced it is extending the contracts of the general manager and manager bruce bochy. the deals run through the 2016 season. >>> at 11:30 this morning, oakland will raise and as fog atop the tribune tower. the event ficks off spirit weekend. more than 1,000 oakland loves our as posters will be distributed and the oakland airport will shine green and yellow curbside lights. good season for both players >>> coming up -- north korea says it has rockets on stand by ready to attack the u.s. the u.s. action that prompted the threat in a massive anti- american rally. >>> and how hayward is trying to get drivers to slow down. well, well, well. growing up, we 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attack saying that police are "part of a system we don't recognize and they are operating against us." >>> north korea is making new threats against the u.s. kim jong-un says his rocket forces are ready to attack after the use deployed b-52 bombers with south korea. kyla campbell is live where she's just heard back from the pentagon. >> reporter: contacts tell me north korea is likely simply trying to indate south korea and other countries. but they tell me that chuck hagel is taking this seriously especially since un is so unpredictable. he met with his senior military generals and have a plan to contact the u.s. this comes after b-2 bombers were sent for joint military drills yesterday. u.s. officials says that should show north korea just how quickly we can respond to the military. the rockets have the ability to reach the u.s. but it's unlikely they've made a weapon large enough to fit on the missile. >> even if we do the most limited tactical retaliation, we have to be prepared to go all in. it could escalate to a conflict. >> reporter: the pentagon is continuing to urge the north korea to comply with sanctions and to top its operations. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> we're learning more about the condition of nelson mandela. he's in the hospital getting treatment for a recurring lung infection. he's said to be in good spirits and making steady progress. his office released a statement saying the 94-year-old enjoyed a full breakfast. >>> well-known journalist barbara walters is reportedly getting ready to retire. even those she's not made an official announcement, several agencies are reporting she will retire at the end of may. walters has been in the industry for more than five decades. sources say she could make an announcement in the coming weeks. she's 83 years old and had some health issues earlier this year when she got the chickenpox and was hospitalized after a bad fall at an inauguration party. >>> a 24-year-old woman living in a pine tree is now on a hunger strike. since january 28th. amanda senseman has been camped out in a tree in willits. she's up there protesting a highway 101 bia -- bypass project. she says the project will affect birds in the area. she wants the project stopped and wants access to the construction site and an alternative to the bypass. until those demands are met, she refuses to come down. >>> on point thens are calling the -- opponents are calling on the halt of sale of drops. critics say many were not aware of this when they voted on the bill. the legislation will protect farmers. president obama signed the bill into law on tuesday. >>> we're following some breaking news out of china where a large landslide has trapped dozens of workers in a gold mining accident. >> the landslide covered about a square mile and a half in the tibetan region. so far about 83 miners are currently trapped. the landslide was caused by some type of natural disaster, reports are saying. doctors in the area are being told to prepare for survivors but none have arrived yet. >>> some families are allowed back into their homes after a landslide hit washington state. one home was destroyed and several others damaged. the county is tagging other homes that are said to be dangerous. geologists will be back at the scene this morning trying to figure out what caused the ground to give way. >>> boeing's ceo says he's confident the dreamer's revamped batteries are safe. and now he wants the dreamliner to carry passengers again. again. the faa is not saying when it could make a decision to let dreamliners back in the air for commercial flights. >>> the city of hayward is looking for ways to slow down cars that are traveling in a new downtown traffic loop. officials say speeding drivers have been a problem since the loop connecting 580 and the san mateo bridge opened earlier this month. officials say they may adjust traffic signals on mission and foothill boulevard and the city may also restripe two crosswalks on a street. >>> well, we may have seen the highest gas prices we're going to pay in 2013 according to some oil industry experts. gas prices hit a peak last month. usually they start to inch upward during spring and continue to rise during memorial weekend. but anlifts say -- analysts say there's no reason to think gas prices would spike again. >>> you've heard of gun buybacks but how about gun giveaways? a nationwide program provided three programs to applicants, who can receive them and where. >>> also, it's another dry morning in the area but steve paulson says there's badly needed rain in our weekend forecast. >>> good morning. if you are driving in the south bay, i think you are gonna like what you see. we checked the south bay, north bay and east bay for your morning commute. ♪ alright, let's go. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ we, we chocolate cross over. ♪ yeah, we chocolate cross over. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing fiber one 80 calorie chocolate cereal. ♪ chocolate. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> welcome back to "mornings on 2." auto thefts are up in san jose and drivers say something needs to be done about it. san jose police say more than 1800 cars were stolen in january and february alone. that's a 53% increase over the same time period last year. one san jose city councilmembers thinks a controversial prison realignment policy is to blame. >> that's horrible. people work hard to pay their car payments and their insurance and to come outside and have your car stolen? >> the san jose auto detail ended a year ago due to staffing levels. chuck reed says he says as many as 100 officers will be hired by the end of the year to help address the spike in property crimes. >>> gun rights supporters say they are launching a first of its kind program to arm americans. the project wants to give free shot guns to single woman and homeowners living in crime- ridden neighborhoods. applicants must go online, fill out a questionnaire and pass a grack ground checks. they hope to bring the program to new york, chicago and detroit by the end of the year. >> if you are a criminal, are you going to -- if you have a placard that size this neighborhood is protected by armed citizens are you gonna break into that neighborhood and go to the next neighborhood, to the least common demom nateer? >> advocates fear the guns will end up in the hands of criminals and young children. >>> sal, you are saying the fog is disappearing. how is it looking for the rest of the commute. the fog has been disappearing. i think we have it there. you can see more traffic but less fog. so it's getting better if you waited this long to hit the road, i think you will have some better visibility. this morning's commute is also looking pretty good if you are driving to the bay bridge toll plaza. some of that fog has begun to lift there as well. it's light traffic on this good friday. on the peninsula, we've been watching the airports and 101 and 280. still looks good and quite a bit of fog in daly city and pacifica. >>> let's go to steve. >> there's some fog still, it's starting to lift. still some around. otherwise, clear for some. sunny. it will be mild and warm. mostly sunny in the morning but clouds are inching northward, coming up around that low- pressure system system right there where it says campbell. now cupertino. those clouds will move in later today. we'll go sunny to mostly sunny. the key, though, today will be warm inland, mostly sunny to partly cloudy later on. mid 70s to a few upper 70s. 40s 50s on the lows. that low is moving. it will pump in a lot of cloud cover starting late today and cloud us up on saturday. most of sunday looks like a rainy day with the possibility of thunderstorms. mid-70s on the temperatures today. very, very mild. but cloudy to mostly cloudy saturday. could be some rain to the north bay or a little bit, kind of hit-and-miss. it looks like sunday and lingering into monday. >>> coming up a shocking warning for dental patients in the midwest. why health officials say thousands of patients may have been exposed to h.i.v. >>> we're live in richmond where there are still signs of a violent shootout that ended with a 1-year-old shot in the neck. we'll have the latest on the investigation and the child's condition. >>> a new budget crisis looming in san francisco. how it could affect some important city services. >>> welcome back. the search is on for the gunman who sprayed a richmond neighborhood for more than a -- with more than a dozen bullets. fragments wounded a 1-year-old child. lorraine blanco is live at the apartment complex where it all happened. witnesses told me this is where the shooting happened on the roadway. this is where the man on the bicycle was hit. if you take a look over here, you can see this is the apartment where the child was hit. you can see that shattered window up there above me. the 1-year-old is in fair condition this morning at children's hospital. at about 1:15 yesterday, the city's shot spotter system captured rapid gunfire here in the iron triangle neighborhood. police believe the intended target was a man on his bicycle. he suffered nonlife-threatening injuries. the child, 1-year-old eli jauge ali, underwent -- elijah ali, underwent emergency shooting. >> i feel bad for the people whose kids get hit and passed away. i'm lucky. he's still alive. he's only a year old. >> we've devoted resources to address this type of gun violence in our city. when an incident like this happens, it's beyond sickening. >> richmond police tell me they are looking for more leerdz, the suspect -- more leads today. the suspect description is incredibly general. the rehard been doubled to $25,000 hoping to arrest the shooter quickly. you can see there are several surveillance cameras in the neighborhood. employees say the police took their footage and they will be looking at it. >>> a 50-year-old woman and her two sons were killed on march 9th on eastmoore avenue. investigators say a drunk driver slammed into them. a fourth passenger was severely injured in the crash. investigators believe people in a light-colored van in the area at the time of the crash may have information about the case. a 28-year-old sunnyvale man has pleaded not guilty to dui vehicular manslaughter charges. >>> in overnight news, a fire truck responding to a call crashed in oakland. it happened around 9:00 last night on 90th avenue and bancroft. now, as you will see, in the video coming up here we will see that there. part of the fire truck is on top of the car. the good news, no one was injured. investigators say the collision did cause air bags to deploy. >>> and this morning, police are investigating whether alcohol was a factor in a richmond collision that injured seven people. police say the driver of a chevy camaro collided with a pickup struck at 7:20 last night on steggy avenue. >>> 8:31. this morning, 7,000 dental patients in oklahoma are being warned they may have been exposed to hiv and hepatitis. health officials investigated a tulsa practice after a patient with no known risk factors testified positive for help pie tis c and h.i.v. they found -- hepatitis c and h.i.v. they found dirty instruments. >> they were horrible. i wouldn't let my nephews play with them in the dirt. they were horrible. they had rust on them. >> the tulsa health department is offering free hiv and pep titus testing -- hepatitis testing for all patients who use that dental office. >>> san francisco police are searching for suspects in a big wine heist. thieves stole more than 100,000 of wine from a merchant in the bayview district. police say it happened sometime tuesday night or early wednesday morning at fine wines international and the thieves may off with 80 bottles of really expensive wines. police are following several leads including this was an inside job. >>> the acting head of the authority says the agency -- housing authority says they will be out budget bly. end -- by the end of may. if that happens, there will be no money to pay for garbage puckup or staff. >>> b.a.r.t.'s board promises money from the latest fare hikes will be used for the transit system only, not for worker benefits or pay. they wanted to clarify what this would be paid for. board voted to replace and expand the treens, i building a new maintenance system. >>> we want to check in with sal. >> this is kind of one of those golden gate fog pictures that we show you from time to time. very dense fog on that span. now, if you wait a while, it should lift. but -- steve will be around to tell us more about that. right now if you are gonna be driving, you should give yourself extra time on this bridge. just be slow and methodical as you drive across. this is a look at the westbound bay bridge. the fog has lifted. we're looking at the hayward to fremont commute. the traffic time is very good. this is what it normally would be like without any traffic so it has been very nice. in san jose, we've had some pretty good commutes. the road sensors are also on the peninsula and they are not showing a lot. it's good driving on this good friday. >>> let's go to steve. >> fog has been the big story for some. inland it will bush off. visibility was lousy. up above it's sunny. if you start off with sun, it will be a nice day here for a while. they are already beginning to move into the picture. it will be a very mild and warm day. i think we'll go from mostly sunny to partly cloudy here later on. thick fog but a warm pattern. subtropical moisture will stream in. some of the higher clouds are already beginning to move in. rain returns on the weekend. more likely rate saturday into sunday. cloudy, very tropical like on saturday. maybe some thunderstorms possible. the low looks like it's going to drive over the bay. 50s on the temperatures. it's going to be warm. inland it won't take long. 30s up in the mountains. reno, 44 ukiah. 50s and 60s. but with this south wind everybody is gonna get in on what's going to be a very mild day. you can see the cloud cover already enhancing and increasing northward and the low. it's on its way. it will go right over us. that will increase the dynamics, give us an oomph trigger the atmosphere. fog, sun, mild to very, very warm today. clouding up on -- if not tonight, then warm. the rain may be quarter to half inch. the rain will pick up on sunday. thick fog giving way to sunny, mostly sunny skies for a while. those higher clouds will start to come in. could be buildups. 70, 75 clearlake. martinez, 73. antioch, 76. brentwood, 77. 76 gilroy. santa clara, 73. sunnyvale, 72. san bruno, brisbane, upper 60s. burlingame san mateo, low 70s. palo alto woodside holing around 70 -- holding around 70. >>> we've now learned a bay area couple died in that big rig crash in davis on 80 near the yolo county like. investigators say a big rig driver choked on some food and passed out while behind the wheel. his truck went through a center divide and crashed head on in a car killing a couple from petaluma. the driver suffered moderate injuries. the chp says he may face criminal charges. >>> a memorial service will be held for a san francisco woman hit by a car while she crossed the street. she had been clinging to life since last thursday's ept accident -- thursday's accident. she suffered severe brain trauma and died on wednesday. she was walking with her husband who suffered leg injuries. the driver stayed at the scene and was not arrested. prosecutors are still deciding whether to seek any charges. >>> brentwood police have arrested a man accused of molesting a boy 20 years ago and they are encouraging other possible scrimms to come forward -- scrimms to come forward. gordon blake is being held at the martinez facility on 15 counts of sexual molestation. investigators say the victim came forward and said blake molested him starting at age 10. he says the abuse went on for six years. police say blake may have come into contact with other children at the brentwood community pool. >>> a former nevada assemblyman was arrested in southern california just hours after his yellow lawmakers took the unprecedented step of expelling him. jail records show barstow police arrested 41-year-old steven brooks at 7:00 last night on charges including resisting arrest and throwing objects. yesterday morning, the nevada assembly voted to expel brooks after lawmakers said they did not feel safe with him in the building. this is the third time the las vegas democrat has been arrested since january. he's accused of making threats to his colleagues. >>> a new employee code of conduct begins today at the port of oakland. it's part of an effort to win back public trust in the wake of a spending scandal. among other things, we learned some port workers spent thousands of dollars of public money at a strip club. >>> it's really a milestone in a commitment that we made to the public to respond after we learned of serious challenges that we face and actions that had been conducted by senior leadership. >>> the new policy approved yesterday, approves tough new limits on spending and travel. it calls for mandatory ethics training. >>> the giants' world series win helped san francisco reach a record for tourism spending. the travel association says more than 16 million visitors came to the city in 2012 and they spent a record 8.9 billion. >>> it's a destination place so people really want to come to san francisco and stay. they actually come earlier. they stay the weekend before and the weekend after. >>> the america's cup -- cup an bay bridge lights are expected to boost terrorism. this month's national geographic travel magazine also listed san francisco as the top destination. >>> the great america theme park is getting ready to open for the ceremony. they are planning a ribbon- cutting ceremony this morning at 10:00. they are celebrating a new wooden roller coaster called the gold striker. tori is ready for that. >> yes. >>> pope francis now getting ready to low side over his -- preside over his first good friday pass. how the new pope has already broken a tradition. >>> and the link between breathing bad air and birth defects. we're here! we're going to the park! 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[ male announcer ] volkswagen springtoberfest is here and there's no better time to get a jetta. that's the power of german engineering. right now lease one of four volkswagen models for under $200 a month. visit vwdealer.com today. >>> most global markets including those in the u.s. are closed today in observance of good friday. that will leave two index, at new record levels ast least through monday morning. the dow and s&p closed at record high yesterday. some analysts say that could trigger selloffs. but others say economic reports could send markets higher when trading resumes. >>> ebay's stock jumped after the company anupsed the three- year forecast. the san jose-based online marketplace expects annual earns growth of at least 15% through the end of 2015. it's looking for and a revenue increase of 68% during that time. ebay's ceo started a turnaround effort four years ago that's made it easier for shoppers to get free shopping and buying new items. >>> let's get you updated on some of the top stories we're following right now. police say a driver who plowed into a home in the bayview district may have been under the influence. it happened on hau street. police are still looking for the driver. >>> police are looking for two men they say they are following people on -- who are following people on light rail. one is african-american, the other is latino. >>> and north korean leader kim jung un has ordered his forces on stand by in a reaction to the u.s. b-2 stealth bombers taking part in joint military drills with south korea this week. >>> the chp is mourning the death of an officer in an off- duty accident. officials say brian wright was working on his car at his home when the accident happened. at this point, we have no other information on what kind of accident occurred. the sheriff's office is investigating. >>> happening now, a call to serve the poor and the prisoners. >>> food friday mass will begin in rome in the next five minutes. pope france sis gave his -- francis gave his first holly mass in the vat can. he took -- vatican. he took the time to reach out to them and ask them for humidity. >> translator: the lord will say this clearly, the aointing is meant for the poor, prisoners and sick. for those who are sorrowing and aloin those who do not go out of themselves gradually become managers. >> pope francis then surprised catholics around the world by breaking with an age-old church tradition. to observe holy thursday, he washed and kissed the feet of two young women at a juvenile detention center in rome. he also says two of the three people whose feet were watched were muslims pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 8:47. happening now, an annual protest at lawrence livermore national laboratory. anti-nuclear groups have demonstrated outside of the facility for the past three decades on good friday every year. this is a live picture of the protests out on the streets. the demonstration and worship service eventually began around 7:00 this morning this year's theme is based on the title of dr. martin luther king, junior's book where do we go from here. chaos or community. >>> the supreme court is not expected to rule for several months on proposition 8 and the defense of marriage act. but "te" magazine is declaring this debate over. they have two cove, for their april -- covers for their april issue. one features a lesbian from new york and another features a gay couple from southern california. "time" states the cover story features a change in attitude of america in same-sex marriage. >>> one chick-fil-a restaurant is searching up free food in support of same-sex marriage. on monday, the restaurant in rancho cucamonga handed out free coupons for free -- coupons for free food. >>> mark zuckerberg is expected to owe the irs more than a billion dollars in taxes. that's because he decided to exercise a stock option and buy more than 60 million facebook shares when the stock went public. he knew the giant tax bill was coming and sold more than 30 million shares in order to cover it. >>> the obama administration wants the entire country to use the kind of gas that california drivers already use. the epa would require nationwide reduction in the sulfur content of gas and tougher car emission standard by 2017. it says the change would cost drivers less than a penny a gallon but the oil industry says the reformulated gas would cost as much as 9 cents a gallon more. >>> sanford richers have found a link between birth defects and the one thing most women can't avoid. according to the study, those who breathe a lot of pollution in the first eight weeks of pregnancy are at high risk for birth defects. they say further studies are required. >>> hundred of thousands of californians will see price cuts in health premium policies next year. a new report shows 600,000 people who buy their own insurance will pay lower premiums. most will see their costs cut in half. nearly 5 million people who could not get insurance at any price will be eligible for policies. that's due to the healthcare reform law that takes effect effect year. >>> incoming college freshmen could pay $5,000 more for loans. the rate is set to increase from 3.4 to 6.8% july 1st. last year, students got a one- year reprieve. but student loan professionals say there's no urgency to block the increases this time ound. the increase could take effect when millions of college students start to sign up for fall chases. >>> president obama -- classes. >>> president obama is keeping up the pressure for congress to pass new gun control legislation. he appeared at the white house with 21 mothers who have lost children to gun violence yesterday. the president said after the newtown shoot, the country pledged to do something. >>> we're learning more about what police found inside the home of the man accused trying to kill lee land yee. he was arrested in january. search warrants so police found a homemade destructive device, 65 guns, several high-capacity magazines and about a thousand rounds of ammunition. he was reportedly angry about yee's gun control legislation. he's being held without bail. >>> prosecutors are responding to a plea offer from james hole. he's accused of killing people and injuring others inside a colorado movie theater last july. he said he would plead guilty to the charges to avoid the death penalty. prosecutors say it's extremely unlikely they will agreer to the -- agree to the offer. a newtown connecticut family who lost a child in the tragedy had a fire at their home and the red cross is helping them with providing them with shelter at a nearby hotel. >>> a working channel peepian from gilroy has been knocked down, at least figuratively by airport security. robert ghost guerra was arrested when screeners found an unloaded handgun inside a locked gun box. guerra says the firearm is registered in california. new york law enforcement says he's not licensed to carry the gun in new york. he was there to promote a may 4th bout against floyd mayweather junior. protesters say the arrest will not debay the -- delay the night. >>> nunn -- a bum -- coming up, a bumbling burglar caught on video at a convenience store in redding and whatscared off the thief -- what scared off the thief. >>> good morning. nothing close on 880. it's slow on high street. the fog is lifting. we'll tell you more about the morning commute -- straight ahead. 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>> reporter: could red light cameras become obsolete? we'll tell you a surprising group of people that wants them gone. mornings on 2 starts now. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning, welcome to mornings on 2. >> it is tuesday march 5th. we have been following developing news of that stranded yacht we first told you about yesterday morning. after a slow journey the boat arrived just about an hour ago? alex savage is there where the yacht has been hoisted out of the water. >> reporter: good morning to you. the luxury yacht darling ran aground yesterday and took a four hour trip across the bay and wound up here at this richmond boat yard whereas you can see it is this morning on dry land. crews pulled it out of the water a short time ago. want to show you video we just shot. we were allowed inside the yard and got an up close look at some of the damage that was done yesterday. a portion of the rutter has been broken off and the propeller on the under side of the vessel also appears to be bent. i'm also told the engine may have issues as well. the tug boat freed the darling before 1:00 this morning after it ran aground yesterday in 4 feet of water. police say the three people who were on board that boat actually stole the $2 million yacht from an marina. and got the boat wedged in the sand and salvage crews had a tough time getting it out. >> well, it's quite a bit of work. and a lot of it hand labor. we had a big heavy piece of rope we used as a bridal we had to pull from the beach by hand up on to the boat. >> and this was the strange scene yesterday when the coast guard tried to rescue the people on board that stranded boat but they refused. that raised red flags. then the right full owner saw his boat on the news and called up police. it looks as though those thieves had a pretty good time. the inside of the boat was littered with beer cans and pizza boxes. as we bring you back out here live, i did see the captain of this ship, she is here assessing some of the damage to that boat. the owner of the boat is not here right now. the captain of the ship didn't want to comment to me about what took place yesterday. live this morning, alex savage ktvu channel 2 news. >> 7:03. there is now a memorial set up where a 17-year-old girl was killed. crossing slope boulevard when she was hit by a car. her family says she had just celebrated her birthday with friends. she was a junior in high school and a member of the track team. her teammates plan on wearing black ribbons at this week's track meet. arrested 29-year-old keran brewer. >> time is 7:03. overnight fatal crash on 101 overnight is being investigated. a ford fiesta was headed north around midnight when it ran off the road and crashed. investigators say that stretch of road near olampoly state park is relatively straight and road conditions were good at the time of the crash. police officers smashed out the windows to remove the body of the still unidentified driver. >>> deputies in contracost acounty are searching for a suspect. shows a man suspected of robbing a safe way pharmacy in discovery bay last wednesday. now, he entered the store, demanded drugs from the technician and ran away. white man, wearing a green jacket, black baseball cab and blue jeans. officials haven't said if the man is considered a threat or if he was armed. >> critics say they are expensive and ineffective. hayward could become the latest city to pull the plug on red light cameras. tara joins us live to tell us about the council meeting. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yes, they are controversial red light cameras. stings when you get a ticket from one. are they affective? hayward police say no. they are pushing for red light cameras like this one to go. several bay area cities have phased out the cameras. and that's what police here will hope they will give the green light for tonight. not reducing the number of accidents the way they thought they would. they are not seeing a dip in the number of accidents and that was the reas they got the cameras in the first place. the majority of tickets from these cameras don't stem from running the red light. they come from avoiding it. >> have you ever seen somebody try to break for one of those red light cameras? >> actually, i just got into an accident last august and i think that was the cause of it. >> reporter: here's a look at all of the areas where cameras were installed in 2008. industrial parkway west and hunt wood, 2nd street, west winton. and industrial parkway southwest at whippl he recollects and mission boulevard at industrial as well as west a and interstate 880. these cameras cost the city about a million dollars a year. that's about how much revenue is generated. the number of collisions dropped 35%. now, back here live, we've been trying to get some interviews from folks to find out how they feel about red light cameras but most of the people roll their eyes and don't seem to like them very much. feel find out tonight and keep you posted tomorrow what happens at that council meeting. ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. time now just about 7:07. sal, come on back. everybody behaving out there ? >> tuesday tends to be one of the busiest days. let's start off with the toll plaza here and -- actually, starting off with the east shore leading to the toll plaza. traffic is moderately heavy. it gets better by the time you reach berkeley. and there's about a 25 minute delay. it is backed up to the bottom of the maze there. it's moving through. there are no crash es reported on the bridge. also this morning we're looking at the commute in the south bay northbound 101. traffic looks okay. 101 is still looking good to redwood city. hasn't become so thick yet. traffic on the san mateo bridge looks good. 7:07. let's go to rosemary . >> winter is returning to the bay area. going to take 10 to 12 hours before the rain arrives. today, mainly dry. may not even need the umbrella. i'll show you the time line coming up. gray skies, partly cloudy. partly sunny at this hour. a mix of high clouds and low clouds. and to the north of santa rosa, picking up a better line of clouds. 40 degrees right now santa rosa. mid 30s in napa. chilly start in some areas. a few degrees cooler at this point than yesterday morning. 49 in oakland. 46 in san francisco. 30s to 40s inland. and widespread 40s around the bay. afternoon highs, very similar to yesterday. maybe even slightly warmer with partly cloudy skies expected for the afternoon. here is the storm. rain now reported in crescent city. 150, 160 miles to the north of us. by the evening hours, the rain will begin to fall. the rain sweeps through tonight into tomorrow morning. and the core of this storm will take another day or two before it moves through. we will remain unsettled for wednesday as well as thursday. with the rain event, anywhere from a quarter inch to three quarters and with the winds passing through a little later tonight along with the front you can expect gusty conditions to 20 miles per hour or on so. fast forward into tuesday 6:00 or so. into santa rosa, that north edge of the rain. during the evening drive, most of us will remain dry by 7:00 or so it is sliding just south of the golden gate. coming fast at this point into 8:00 now along the peninsula spreading into the east baby 9 or 10:00. the rains continue in overnight hours wednesday morning. expect that for tomorrow. temperatures into the afternoon today under mainly dry conditions. the rain comes in tonight, scattered showers in the forecast wednesday thursday. it's a cold storm. take a look at afternoon highs. mid to upper 50s. snow levels dropping down to 3,000 feet. friday into the weekend, we're drying out and warming up. mid to upper 60s in the forecast. we do spring forward sunday morning. so our days are about to get longer. if you are headed to the sierra any time soon, our advisories in place with this storm. show you those coming up. >> thank you. 7:10. the dow has never been higher. jumped nearly 100 points at the opening bell this morning. plus, the u.s. service sector growing at the fastest pace in a year. sequestration is being largely ignored on wall street. the previous high was 14198 in october 2007. live look at the big board the dow up 116 at 14244. the question though is will it stay there? the stock prices of two bay area tech giants happen to be mirror images of each other. google is up 21%. all time high during trading yesterday just under $823 a share before slipping a tiny bit at the close. just checked right now, it has gone passed that. up to 837 almost $838 a share. apple stock has been heading in the other direction. 52 week low in trading yesterday slipping to $419. right now $425. but that's still down almost 40% from all time high of $705 which it hit last september on the day the iphone 5 was released. >> time is 7:11. happening now at the vatican in rome the chapel is closed for construction work. being prepared for a big meeting. cardinals from all over the world are now getting ready to elect a new pope. you are looking at new video taken just a couple hours ago. the vatican is waiting for five more cardinals to arrive >>> before they set the date of the election. asia's most prominent catholic leader is on the short list to become the new pope. arch michigan open of manila in the philippines. known to be able to connect. also prides himself for using facebook to stay in contact with fellow catholics. >> someone who would have been unthinkable a few decades ago like unthinkable before his time. but seemed like the time had arrived right in that moment. >> the cardinals are expected to select a new pope sometime last week. allow the new catholic leader to preside which begins with palm sunday and end with easter. >> it is 7:12. the bipartisan plan on gun control, what legislation would do to cut back on gun trafficking without impeding on the second amendment. >> how fast would it go? i would love to find out. lambegini comes out with a new model. why it's nearly impossible to buy one. >>> mainly dry for your tuesday but we have a storm on the way. when it will arrive and how much i expect we'll get coming up. >> all right, rosemary. time now 7:15. supervisors meet today on how to fill the position on president of the board. today's meeting comes after former super advisor resigned after being charged with misusing public money and political donations. supervisors are deciding whether to appoint someone to his seat or hold an election. shirakawa is expected to plead guilty and blames a gambling addiction. >>> president obama's approval rating tumbled over the weekend. result of that federal government sequester budget cut. approval rating -- just a week earlier it was 53%. the drop comes after the president and congress did not workout a last minute deal on cutting the deficit which triggered $85 billion in spending cuts. >> we are learning more this morning about how the $85 billion in spending cuts will be administered. jamie dupree went through the 83 page sequester report line by line and joins us now via skype from washington d.c. >>> what jumped out at you? >> more than anything else was how much money was on the shelf from earlier budget years in the military. and that was actually, it was sequestered two times. once in the current budget year and once some of those monies that were sitting on the shelf in unobligated balances. unspent money. in a plan that republican s have laid out that will come up on the floor later this week. some of that money would be taken off the shelf and used to offset some of these cuts since the pentagon could still spend it in later years. the republicans are moving now to smooth sum of the rough edges by allowing the pentagon to shift money around within their budget by letting the boarder patrol do the same and other agencies to make it more palletable and not on some of the big ticket items like the boarder patrol and fbi. >> i noticed and you wrote in your blog pretty much the budget cuts the one area not going to be cut is law maker's salary; right? >> this is interesting. they can't be cut. and you can blame that on the constitution of the united states. you can blame it on speaker john boehner. when he was a freshman and came to congress, one of the things he took up was to breath a life into an old amendment unveiled by james madison. supposed to be part of the bill of rights and you cannot change the pay until the next intervening election. that was put on in the 27th amendment recently. you cannot add or subtract from a member's salary except after the next election. these cuts should impact house members and senators. sorry, it's against the constitution. >> i know this was originally created to be really something the republicans would not want to do. and they are saying 50% of these cuts are coming from the military budget. is that ue? >> that is true, yeah. $42.5 billion from the military. $42.5 from the domestic side. in the end, there's a lot of republicans who simply want to cut the budget and they see this as their best option at this point in time. >> are we going to be stuck with these sequester cuts? >> i don't think these cuts are going to change except maybe around the margins. enforced for a while. i don't see republicans budging one bit on their opposition to taxes. maybe in a longer term plan but not right now. i don't sense any jelly in the knees in republicans right now. >> we could be seeing problems at the airports. i know we've been hearing from janet about problems with long security lines and things like that. >> she said that yesterday and went online and checked at the airport she mentioned and that wasn't the case. there was a lot of republicans who keep accusing the administration of scare tactics. i don't think anybody knows what's going to happen. but there's a lot of shall we say political doubt on the republican side about some of the things that have been said. even the president was giving 4 pinoccios as to what would happen. both sides this their political corners. the red corner and blue corners. >> not sure how you can handle that. very creative judging there. all right. thank you jamie du pree joining us live. you can find a link to the washington insider blog. go to ktvu.com. pull down the news menu bar and go to politics page. >> time now 7:20. gabby giffords is urging senators to support more gun control and using tv commercials to do it. the organization americans for responsible solutions is using a tv ad to encourage background checks. those ads will be airing today in arizona and iowa. talk about gun control tomorrow. >>> five republican and democrat senators are teaming up for new gun control legislation. make gun trafficking a federal crime and ban the straw purchase of firearms. that's when someone else buys a gun for you. sin fors say right now there's no law that defines either. >> 7:21. exotic carmaker lamborghini has unveiled super car. called the nano after a bull. and lamborghini says it will build and sell just three of them. the company says this new model is a street legal sports car that will let drivers have the experience of a racing prototype. top speed of 220 miles per hour. but don't rush out to place your order. all three, only three are being made. and all three are already reserved. it is a very cool looking car. >> trying to imagine it. i'll take all three in my dreams. time now 7:21. there's a storm moving towards the bay area. look out our window. those are storm clouds i think. rosemary is. she'll tell us where and when. >> plus a hate crime investigation is underway in napa this morning. what police found in the bathroom of a starbucks and why it's so sufficient. >> good morning, westbound 24 a little slow traffic. find out why your drive to oakland might be a little slower this morning. 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[ anouncer ] compare new griddle melts yourself. just $4.99. it's an epic breakfast sandwich. >>> it is 7:29. we are tracking overnight news in san jose where a registered sex offender has been arrested after a break in at a home. live now with more on the burglary that has an entire neighborhood on edge this morning. >> reporter: good morning. neighbors are disturbed this happened. they are applauding police's efforts how quickly they nabbed the suspect. and when they caught him they found on his home he had an application that monitored the police scanners of what was happening. he was trying to see where police were before they caught up with him. and one of the things they found in his pocket after he entered this home, they found he had women's underwear in his pockets. police received a 911 call from a 52-year-old woman who said she woke up to find a male intruder standing over her. she screamed and he ran away. she was able to get a description. he was bald wearing a plaid shirt. he was trying to escape the police perimeter. >> hands down to the police department for everything they are doing to doing more with less. that's their motto right now. doing more with less. so it's up to the citizens to step up and watch out for each other. >> reporter: police arrested 29-year-old ryan camfolt for burglary. he is on parole for robbery. wearing an ankle bracelet and a registered sex offender. he had women's underwear in his pockets and trying to figure out if he took them from the home and what his intentions were. officers found his car parked in front of the house and processing it for evidence. they say his mother lives in the neighborhood and that may explain why he was in this neighborhood but still trying to figure out if this was random or if he targeted this home. something else we just found out is police are saying he is a trans ient in the area. doesn't have a known address. we'll tell you why police were here with such a fast response. what neighbors have been saying that's happening in this neighborhood as far as criminal activity. reporting live, ktvu channel 2 news. >> 7:31. police in san francisco say they found an assault rifle that was stolen from unmarked police car over the weekend. the semi automatic ar-15 was similar to this one. taken saturday night in an area south of market street. police have not said how or where it was recovered. more information is expected to be released later this morning. investigators in oakland are looking for the person who led them on a high speed chase. ended before 9:00 last night on keller avenue and mountain boulevard. the driver took off on foot. police believe the driver was armed and selling guns. >> 7:38. police in richmond still searching for the suspects yesterday afternoon. 21-year-old lincoln player was shot several times near 6th and pennsylvania street. happened with 3:30 in the afternoon. shots fired technology alerted them to the gunshots. second homicide of the year. >> ♪ i pray you'll be our eyes ♪ watch us where we go ♪ >> last night, a somber vigil was held for 18-year-old richard vega. a student at dianza college who was shot and killed sunday night. held at santa clara high school where vega was a football player who graduated last year. police aren't sure yet if the shooting was targeted or random. >> he was a great kid, never did harm to anybody. i mean, this kid, you couldn't picture him having problems with any other person in life. >> so far, no arrests have been made. if you have any information, call campbell police. >> 7:33. we have new information of thursday's fatal police shooting. according to yesterday's autopsy, a kidnapping suspect was shot twice in the torso by sheriff departments. 37-year-old richard was lunging toward the right side of his car when he was shot through the back window. police thought he was reaching for a weapon. a stabbing instrument and scissors were found in the car. crashed during a police chase triggered by text messages from the woman he had kidnapped. >>> a picture of four men outside a jail is sparking debate. taken when the group was casting out a demon from a man inside the jail. if you look carefully at the middle of this picture there appears to be a face-like image in the middle of the group. the pastor who took the photo says it is the face of evil taking flight in reaction to god's word. skeptics though say it's his shadow or a reflection. most people are calling the photo creepy. >> 7:34. new this morning, the un security council will be talking about possible sanctions against north korea. they are already responding. vowing to cancel the 1953 korean war ceasefire. under ground testing in february a grave violation of un resolutions. united states and china just reached a deal on new sanctions. russia's ambassador says a resolution will be approved this month. >>> meantime, the white house is basking dennis rodman's visit. bonded with north korea's leader over a basketball game and dinner. rodman called the dictator awesome guy who doesn't want war with the u.s. but does want a phone call from president obama. north korea should focus on the well being of citizens not celebrity sporting events. >> many 49er fans could see this one coming a mile away. 49ers are reportedly getting ready to release the team's trouble kicker. that release is expected to come before the start of free agency. had a record setting 2011 season. got off to a strong start in 2012 but mostly downhill from there. struggled most of the season. he did suffer a pelvis injury. many analysts believe the kicker lost his confidence. >>> a new study confirms bay area drivers have one of the worst commutes in the entire country. brian flores is in lafayette to tell us about the mega commuters and how long they spend on the road. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we all know traffic in the bay area is certainly bad wherever it is. we're high above highway 24 and as predicted on most mornings, traffic is starting to get a little bit busy here. some of these people are commuters in walnut creek. but some are considered mega commuters. they are everywhere in the bay. what constitutes a megacommuter? this is a new category. identified people who sit in traffic for at least 90 minutes and travel at least 50 miles to get to work. 587,000 people in the country meet that statistic. but the bay area has the highest percentage. experts say it isn't all too surprising with the geography. and freeway expansion also in the suburbs. >> we have an office there. it's two hours. it's just a miserable experience. i don't know how people can justify doing it everyday. the driving is so stop and go. you have to be on your toes. i don't have any friends that do it. i would rather move. >> the census also identified what a megacommuter looks like. mostly married men. have wives who typically don't work. they have kids. 3 to 4 bedroom home. earn more money than the average. about half leave before 6:00 a.m. some take trains or carpools. but two thirds drive alone. back out here live, the commute here along highway 24 is starting to pick up. some areas are also equally as bad here in the bay area. santa clara came in second. followed by new york, new jersey and selinas came in 7th. can't have megacommuters without a megatraffic guy. sal casteneda. >> looks all right out there in some areas. typical commute in others. we have a lot of slow traffic. start though and take a look at 280 in san jose northbound. it's getting pretty slow. we talked about how the megacommuter has to sit in traffic for 90 minutes or more. a lot might be here right here in downtown san jose. certainly not 90 minutes here alone. but this could be part of a slow commute depending how far away you are driving to san jose from. let's take a look at the commute. a couple minor accidents. one of them southbound 680 at north maine. backed up into concord. if you are driving from san ramon, a long one this morning. you saw highway 24 and slow traffic near where brian was standing. let's take a look at the bay bridge. backed up for 25 minute delay. when we talk about megacommuters how quickly the times can add up. another 10 to 12 minutes on the span or 25 minutes at the toll plaza. and you've got already the better part of an hour here. today's weather, here's rosemary. >> find that winter coat. we have a cold storm coming our way. a mix of sun and clouds around the bay area this morning. a few high clouds drifting over. a few clouds over the bay area. partly cloudy and dry for the day light hours. here is the storm that is going to sink into the bay area. by the evening hours anywhere from a quarter to three quarters of rain in the inch of rain between tuesday and thursday. winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. could be a little gustier. into early tomorrow morning. still 160 miles to the north of us. increase ant city reporting -- crescent city reporting a little light rain. clover dale reporting high clouds overhead. this is just the very leading edge of the system that will bring rain and snow. a winter storm warning later today for the si a. -- sierra. winter weather advisory later today lasting through wednesday. something to be aware of if you have traveling to do. half foot to a foot and a half of fresh snow. all smiles about this. take this into the evening hours. this is when the rain is going to arrive. for most of us dry for the evening rush. into 6:00, it is beginning to move into the north bay. by 7:00 or so, right into the bay. maybe the san pablo bay and sliding along the peninsula by 8:00, 9:00, farther inland and the inland east bay and south bay will get 9 or 10:00. tomorrow morning, wake up with scattered showers. here is a look at your extended forecast. for today, temperatures cool this morning. mid 30s to mid 40s around the bay. inland temperatures in the 30s. make sure you prepare for that outdoors. 50s to low 60s for the afternoon. dry most of today. the rain comes in tonight. lasts with scattered showers wednesday thursday. afternoon highs fall mid 50s to upper 50s for wednesday and thursday. and we dry out in time for bay area weekend with week nend view. mid to upper 60s. mostly sunny skies. sunday spring forward. >> thanu , rosemary. 7:41. winter storm in the midwest is becoming a nightmare for air travellers. this is a live look -- you can't see very much. at chicago international airport. can't see the run way or towers in this picture. the aviation department has announced 800 flights have already been canceled out of chicago. another 215 flights have been canceled out of midway international. airlines announced they are going to wave cancellation fees. and up to 10 inches of fresh snow expected. light snow started to fall last night. people were busy stocking up on things like food, shovels and flash lights to prepare. >> it's been a mild winter. got to get prepared . winter is almost over. this should be it; right? >> the national weather service says it will be the biggest widespread storm this winter. utility crews are preparing for massive power outages. frnlts find out what's moving the markets as the dow hits all time high. and what's happening with martha stewart. caught between two of the nation's biggest retailers. and a free cell phone. how some people in california who cannot afford cell phone service can still qualify for a free device. ws at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. >>> there it is. the dow hit a new record powered this morning by china's strong economic growth targets. stocks really have rallied the optimism the housing market is recovering. and companies are slowly starting to hire again. strong corporate earnings have helped increase demand. the dow in record territory at 150 points at 14277. never been that high before. and the nasdaq up 1%. s&p up 13. >>> martha stewart is scheduled to testify in a new york court today. she is at the center of a bitter legal battle between two of the country's biggest retailers. signed an agreement with macy's in 2007 to be the exclusive seller of the towels, pots and other household products. but in 2011 she signed a deal to sell her products in jc penny stores and these are the identical items sold but under a different name. >>> silicon valley's job market is healthy but hiring is slowing. the ceo survey shows 46% of the companies asked plan to hire more workers this year. that's down from last year when 50% added jobs. far below the 60% that expanded in 2011. silicon valley created 27% of all new jobs in california last year. >> 7:46. tonight after years in the works, the historic light sculpture will shine across the bay. pam cook is in the studio to tell us how it's a real inspiration. >> started with a vision while one man was sitting having lunch knowledge. worked with an artist in what will be an amazing light show on the western span of the bay bridge. 25,000 white led lights will transform into a moving sculpture for the next two years starting tonight at 9:00 and the pattern will never repeat. the artist's inspiration comes from the birds, tides, clouds and traffic around the bay area. even tonight's rain could factor into the show. >> it's a possibility of rain, even though it's dampening, it's delight full. you can see this work in a new way. >> it is expected to be crowded along the embarkadero tonight. just a few reservations left. i just checked open table, the water bar completely booked as well tonight. only have a few evening spots available for the rest of the week. >> all right, pam. if you are not going to join the crowds tonight, you can still see the show. we will be streaming the debut of the bay bridge lights on ktvu.com. and mobile ktvu. >>> well today is national hiring day at jamba juice stores all over the country. wants to hire 3500 teenagers for summer jobs. ceo james white right there. 500 of those jobs are right here in the bay area. it supports the president's efforts to find summer jobs for low income youth. >>> also starting today, electronic arts free new online game during school hours. after a new survey showed 65% of students say they are bored. the game is based on sim city. designed to keep students interested in problem solving and critical thinking as they build this new city. teachers will also get free lesson plans and also access to a teacher's network. >> a new report finds california school districts are in better financial shape even as they face budget cuts. the number of districts in danger of running out of money fell by a third last year. two bay area school districts. south montery county received a negative certification. they are not expected to meet financial obligations this fiscal year or next. just 7 districts in the state received a negative certification. >>> an improved federal program is now making cell phone service more readily available for people who cannot afford the luxury. the federal lifeline assistance program has exenpanneded from land line telephones to cell phones for eligible people. people can qualify for a free cell phone if income is less than $14700. or if they receive supplemental security income food stamps, medicaid or other public assistance. monthly plans will include 250 talking minutes and 250 text messages. he will knowledgeable people can apply through assurance wireless. >>> the obama administration wants to make it easier for cell phone users to change networks. should be able to unlock their devices and use them on the network of their choice. people who do this face civil or criminal penalties. the white house says it will work with the fcc on the issue. >> 7:50. massive sink hole that swallowed up that man. the house has been torn down. what's going to happen next now that we can see that sink hole? >> the problem is what they did wasn't illegal. >> there is outrage over the morality of the nurse that refused to perform cpr on an elderly woman. >>> 7:53. in florida, the crews down there figuring out how to deal with that sink hole, the one that swallowed up a man asleep in his bed. yesterday they knocked down the last of the walls covering up that hole. so you can see it but still trying to figure out how big it is. there's another sinkhole that opened up 3 miles away in a backyard. officials say it's not threatening lives or homes. at least not right now. >> 7:53 trouble makers beware. the guardian an el gels are on a crime fighting role. helps to stop two crimes in the last week. help promote a safer and cleaner environment with citizen arrests. the groups say they mostly deter criminals by standing in front of them. there is now a police investigation underway after the death of a woman at a bakersfield retirement community. died after a nurse at glenwood gardens refused to perform cpr. when the operator told the nurse to help the woman breathe the nurse replied it was against company policy. the company that operates the independent living center says residents are told about the policy and must agree to it when they move in. >> but you know when families in residents go into some of these places, you have admission 20-30 pages long. people don't know what they are signing. >> the senior center operator has 7 facilities in the bay area. when our reporter went to ask about the policy, the spokes woman refused to talk to her and told her to leave the property. >>> and here are more details now. local operations in redwood city, windsor and two locations in santa rosa. assisted living facilities along with alzheimer came. >> all right. 7:55. let's check in with sal. you are watching the south bay. how are they doing? >> doing okay. northbound 280 is a little slow but nothing out of the ordinary. it's improved from the last time we saw it. 101 is a little slow. if you are trying to get what it's like today, pretty normal without a lot of crashes in your way. people always want to know where are the problem spots. not a lot in san jose right now. move along and take a look at westbound bay bridge. right when i said not a lot of problems in san jose, there is a new crash northbound 101 at great american parkway. it's on the shoulder. let's move along and take a look at southbound 680. had earlier problems there. that is gone now but the traffic is slow. slow traffic this morning between hayward and fremont, 34 minute delay from 280. >> a fairly nice day in store for your tuesday. we have rain coming but i expect it to move in into the evening hours. most day light hours will be dry. partly sunny and cloudy. a few low clouds in some spots. high clouds passing through as well. partly cloudy for this morning. widespread mid to upper 30s to low 40s. inland areas, 40s around the bay. by the afternoon, we are looking at temperatures in the upper 50s. increase in clouds, increase southerly breeze this morning. and that will continue for the afternoon. as this front approaches. rain moving in by tonight scattered showers in the forecast wednesday, thursday. drying out for the weekend. along with the storm, low snow levels. temperatures will be on the cool side. mid to upper 50s for the afternoon. and then we're bouncing back in time for saturday and sunday with your weekend in view. i'm tracking the storm hour by hour coming up. >> thank you. 7:57. it is a ground breaking proposal that would affect everyone who owns a gun in san francisco. the controversial measure city supervisors are expected to pass today. >> the darling back on dry land this morning. the stolen luxury yacht found overnight. we'll show you some of the damage that was done to this vessel coming up. >> they are controversial and hated by some drivers. now, police surprisingly want to get rid of them. we'll tell you about red light cameras when mornings on 2 continue. there's this island -- and it's got super-cute kangaroos. barrow island has got rare kangaroos. ♪ chevron has been developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ has oats that can help lower cholesterol? 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this yacht ran aground after being stolen. a portion of the rutter was broken off and a propeller is bent. a tug boat freed the darling this morning after it got wedged in the sand. three people on board that boat actually stole the $2 million yacht from an marina and took it for a ride. he has never heard of something like this before. >> not something that big. we didn't believe it. we heard it. we've hauled the boat out a number of times. never heard of a boat that big being ripped off. >> and this was the strange scene yesterday when the coast guard tried to rescue the people on board that stranded boat but they refused help. and that raised red flags. that's when the right full owner saw his boat on the news and called up police. the accused thieves appear to have had a good time. inside they found beer cans and pizza boxes. all three of those people will face charges. >>> 150 gallons of diesel still inside that boat that will have to be pumped out. i asked the general manager here how much it might cost to repair this yacht. he told me he couldn't put a dollar figure on it but it ain't going to be cheap. live this morning alex savage ktvu channel 2 news. >> certainly not. all right. thank you. 8:02. police in the south bay are asking for help in this search for a missing san jose man considered at risk. 53-year-old hipolido was last seen sunday night. suffered a serious head injury when he was a child leaving him with the mental capacity of a 10 year old. limited vocabulary and only speaks spanish. the oakland police department has a new leader. a federal judge has named thomas fraser as the compliance director. and fraser is a former baltimore police commission her and served 28 years with the san jose police department. he will have broad powers in oakland and can even have the chief fired. failed to fully comply with court ordered reform. >> 8:03. preparations are underway for thursday's public memorial for two police detectives killed in the line of duty last week. the service will be held at san jose's hp pavilion. governor jerry brown is expected there along with hundreds of police officers from all over the state and country. ktvu will bring you that memorial live in its entirety. begins 11:00 a.m. thursday with the funeral precession. the service is due to begin at noontime. >>> a memorial is now in place for a 17-year-old girl killed moments after celebrating her birthday. she died saturday after being hit by a car. she was a junior at loell high school and a member of the track team. her teammates will be wearing black ribbons at a track meet later this week. police say they suspect he was driving drunk. people are now signing petitions to put a traffic light or a stop sign at that intersection. >> it is 8:04. overnight fatal crash on highway 101 is now under investigation. the chp says a ford fiesta was headed north when it ran off the road and crashed. investigators say that stretch of road is relatively straight and road conditions were good at the time of the crash. police officers smashed out the windows to remove the body of the still unidentified driver. >>> contra costa county deputies are looking for a robbery suspect. the suspected robber at a safe way pharmacy last wednesday. the suspect entered the store, demanded drugs from the pharmacy technician and then ran away. the man is described as white, wearing a green jacket, black baseball cap and blue jeans. authorities did not say if the man is considered armed or dangerous. >> the man accused of killing an activist from east palo alto will be in court today to withdraw earlier plea on unrelated weapons charge. gregory elarms was charged outside of san mateo's shopping mall. last november those charges were thrown out when the judge found out illegally -- expected to withdraw no contest fee when charges of having a knife in jail in 2011. frnlts later on today, san francisco supervisors are expected to pass a ground breaking proposal that would have a big impact on gun owners. involves the sale and possession of military style ammunition. the law would bar anyone from buying or owning hallow point bullets and other lethal ammunition. also require the sellers to tell the police when anyone in san francisco buys more than 500 rounds of ammunition at a time. violators could face jail time. >> hayward could soon become the latest bay area city to pull the plug on red light cameras. tara joins us live to tell us why police officers are among those pushing to get rid of the cameras. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. some say they cause more accidents than they prevent. that's because many drivers will slam on the brakes in order to avoid getting a ticket from one of these hchlt and hayward police are pushing to get rid of red light cameras. several cities have phased them out. and that's what police are hoping the city council will do tonight. the cameras which were installed five years ago are not reducing the number of accidents. that was the reason they got the cameras in the first place. anyone who has gotten a ticket is not a fan either. >> i've been caught once and it was still a yellow light. >> did you fight it? >> actually, they gave me a warning instead. but there's a lot of people that's been complaining about it. >> reporter: now, the cameras cost the city about a million dollars a year. and that's about how much revenue is generated from the tickets. when the city used officers to physically handout tickets, the number of collisions dropped 35%. so it will be interesting to see if these cameras become obsolete. we will let you know what happens at tonight's city council meeting. ktvu chan hell 2 news. >> time now 8:07. san francisco has new parking rules for near at&t park. parking meter hours have been extend today 10 p.m. and parking will cost 25 cents an hour. starting at 6:00 at night. when baseball season starts it's going to cost $7 an hour to park. if you park farther away from the ballpark, the price actually drops to $5 an hour. >> it is 8:08. we want to check in with sal and see what's happening. >> it's getting crowded this morning on 237 approach and 101 and 280. looking at a live picture of 237. we don't have a lot going on when it comes to major crashes. had a couple fender benders. for the most part the story here is the slow traffic. northbound 101 great america parkway main or accident on the shoulder. could be causing slow traffic. most of it is just the slow traffic that we normally see. southbound 880 clearing an accident a bit. and the traffic here has been heavy. up to about 35 minutes if you are counting from 238. across the bay we have more slow traffic. southbound 101 between 380 and 92 has doubled. 16 minutes now. that's a double of the normal time driving. let's go to another live picture here and talk about the bay bridge. 25 to 30 minutes which is normal maybe a little more than normal. tuesdays are kind of tuf. tomorrow it may be raining. >> you said it, time to dig around for that um brel achlt wet weather is coming back to the bay area. outside our doors this morning a mix of clouds. high clouds, low clouds in some cases. mostly cloudy in santa rosa. mostly sunny in other spots and continue for this trend with the day light hours. do not expect any rain until after sunset about 6:35 this evening. over the north bay slide in first. about 6:00 we may start to see rain there. for the rest of us, should hold off through most of the evening drive. i'm going to show you this. 40 in napa, 38 in novado. last night and into the early morning hours, we were mostly clear and that helped us to lose some of that heat from yesterday. back into space and we're chillier this morning. 46 in concord 50 in oakland. not bad for you. temperatures are beginning to creep up. some areas around santa rosa, back into the mid to low 30s. if i point you to santa rosa and areas to the northwest of dillon beach reporting a mix of clouds out there. this is just a very leading edge of the system that will bring us rain by tonight. here it is here. sweep through this evening and then we will remain with scattered showers wednesday/thursday. the center of this storm needs to move through as well. going to take a couple days. i see from a quarter inch of rain to three quart ears. as we get through the 5:00 hour, beginning to see light rain. by 6:00, it's now shifting maybe down into san rafael. by 7:00, into the peninsula, the bay, south of i 80 maybe into concord and oakland. 9:00 or so, san jose, fremont still mainly dry. through the evening hours will continue to progress. wake up tomorrow morning, scattered showers remain in the forecast. so again, we're looking at a decent amount of rain. we will continue to see scattered showers through thursday. temperatures will be cool. snow levels down to 3,000 feet. ourr local hills may pick up a little bit of snow. to the sierra, we are looking at half foot to a foot and a half of fresh snow. . >> sunday morning we spring forward. back to you. >> all right. time now 8:12. new legislation for protecting transgender students. how this will affect california schools. >> why same sex couple says they were kicked out of a sacramento mall. hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposit a check with a photo. pay someone with an email. and bank seamlessly with our award-winning mobile app. take a step forward... and chase what matters. >>> thank you for joining us this morning. we're off to a dry start at this hour as we progress through the early evening hours. rain will develop. scattered showers will remain in the forecast through thursday. >> thank you, rosemary. 8:15. today the senate intelligence committee is voting on president obama's nomination for cia director. the big issue facing john brenan's nomination is the use of drones on suspected terrorists. republicans also want answers about last year's terrorist attack in benghazi. the white house and cia keep changing explanations. >> we're finding out more about the impact of those sweeping federal budget cuts. live in our dc bureau to tell us what leaders are saying about how the $85 billion in cuts are going to be felt. >> reporter: just in the past hour, house republicans and democrats came to say the sequester forced budget cuts is not the smart way. neither side can agree on how to replace them and move forward. federal agencies are sending out furlough notices this week and that would require workers take time off without pay. lines at customs at some airports are growing. house republicans say washington still needs to address spending. but not like this. they say the country has to find a more responsible way to pay down its debt. >> the very few americans that wouldn't subscribe to the notion there isn't waste you could cut in washington. >> also this morning, republicans don't have the right approach. they say tax increases should be part of the solution. >> we can and should put a place of balance plan that addresses our needs today and focuses on cuts not on children and working families but big oil and out dated agricultural subsidies. >> sent this memo warning congressional staffers they too could soon be furloughed. telling us she has put a hiring freeze and travel restrictions on her staff. recording live in washington, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we have new details about how the budget cuts are going to affect national parks. like yosemite, yellowstone and the grand canyon. they all will see a 5% funding cut. that's expected to cause layoffs, the closure of sites and trails just as the parks get ready for the busy summer tourist season. budget cuts could delay the opening of tioga pass which could affect businesses that really depend on tourists. >> new jersey governor says obama has stated. something. >> the president has over played this in a major way and back now a little bit. planes aren't going to be falling out of the sky. >> needs to be more discussion about how to cut spending on medicare and social security. later today san francisco supervisors will announce the full details of a new compromise with california pacific medical center. under the arrangement two seismically safe hospitals will be built. the first will be on a corner of vaness and gearin. the second is a rebuild on caesar chavez street. lowers the number of beds from 555 to 274. and expand saint lukes from 80 beds to 120. the parking garage will also be down sized from the original proposal. >> time is now 818, economists are watching a new trend in recent years, more men are becoming nurses. during the recession healthcare jobs were added to the market. and men took advantage of the new opportunities. economists say in 2011 men made up 10% of the registered nurses compared to 8% in the year 2000. in recent years men have entered fields that were normally dominated by women. >>> san francisco assemblymen introduced a bill to guaranteed the rights for transgender students. require school districts to allow transgender students to use bathrooms and join sports team that correspond with the gender they identify with. discrimination against transgender people is already against the law in california but it's necessary to ensure the rights of transgender students at schools. >> 8:19. more than a dozen u.s. senators want the veteran's affairs department to keep granting waivers so same sex spouses can be buried in national cemeteries. sent a letter to the va's office praising their decision to grant those waivers. offering same sex spouse bir ya'll rights. >> a gay couple says they were asked to leave a mall because they were holding hands and kissing. daniel and jose say a security guard approached them and say they'd be asked to leave if they kissed again. they only kissed each other on the cheek and other couples in the mall were not singled out. >> in a perfect world, there should be no disparage between straight couples and gay couples. >> mall officials say anyone who violates the shopping centers code of conduct can be asked to leave. nothing in the mall's code of conduct prohibits public display of affection. >> sink holes have opened up beneath one san francisco neighborhood and there may soon be more. >> almost impossible. >> what engineers are doing now and why the city is so vulnerable. >> also the bay area 's latest dry spell is nearly over. meteorologist rosemary orozco will tell us when the rain will begin to fall. >> good morning. traffic on 237 a little bit slow as you drive-thru. more about the morning commute straight ahead. medications? i don't know. last immunization shots? really? honey, what's my blood pressure medicine called? one time i took something and i blew up like a puffer fish. i'm probably allergic to that. at kaiser permanente, your medical information is available to you and your doctors. quickly. securely. no guesswork required. better information. better care. kaiserpermanente. thrive. >>> day 23. engineers are testing the stability of the soil after new sink holes opened up in a san francisco neighborhood. last wednesday tens of thousands of gallons of water flooded 15th avenue. more than 20 homes were flooded and sink holes opened up in the street and backyard of one home. since then at least three more sink holes have appeared. experts say this could happen anywhere. because most of san francisco is built on sand. >> unless we suspect there is under the street, it will be hard to go and conduct a survey for the entire city. >> engineers say ground water and rain can cause sink holes to open unexpectedly. now been red tagged as a result of the new sink hole. >> time is 8:24. san francisco law maker s are trying to prepare a city for a major earthquake. advanced legislation to require to be upgraded to withstand bigger ones. the inspectors would determine which buildings would need improvements. >>> let's check in with sal and see how everyone is behaving. >> if you were driving to work, wouldn't be all that bad a position. there is slow traffic to be sure of though. we're seeing a little bit of improvement at the toll plaza. was a 30 minute delay. we have seen some improvement here. traffic continues to move along well. no major problems in oakland. if you do follow me on twitter, you can go to my twitter account now and tell me if you are a megacommuter. someone who spends more than 90 minutes on the road or drives more than 50 miles. i'm looking to hear from you. let's move along and take a look at the freeway. 238 down to mowry slow traffic because of an earlier crash. still about 35 minutes. maybe now 32 minutes but still pretty slow. let's go to steve. i'm sorry rosemary. >> good morning to you. no problem. outside our doors this morning, mix of sun and clouds. breezy rainy weather is on the way. expect you'll be dry for the day light hours. we have this about 160 miles to the north. i'm watching it with a slow migration. it will get here eventually. and we are expecting quarters to three quarters of an inch of rain. winds will be breezy at times especially when the front slides through later tonight into early tomorrow morning. for the sierra a winter storm warning later today lasting into wednesday. winter weather advisory. 3 to 8 inches of fresh snow all the way down to lake level. and the highest elevation from half foot to foot and a half of new snow. extended forecast here. dry most of today. rain is going to arrive tonight. scattered showers and cool conditions in the forecast wednesday/thursday. but take a look at friday. partly cloudy skies and into the weekend, the days groi longer. we spring forward sunday. i will pinpoint the latest on this storm and when i expect it to arrive coming up. >> all right. time now 8:27. a new controversy that involves google. why a leading group is angry with the internet giant. >> frightening moments for a san jose woman this morning. police say this registered sex offender broke into her home. what found found in his packets. >> imagine sitting in traffic for an hour and a half every single day. they are called megacommuters. mornings on 2 continues. 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said she woke up to find a man standing over her. she screamed and ran away. he was bald wearing a plaid shirt. he was trying to escape the police perimeter. neighbors are troubled over this break in. they say the crime is increasing. >> now i've got a german shepard because i know i need my own protection. you know, it's still a good neighborhood. the neighbors watch out for each other. i run on the street all the time but we have seen you know the criminal element more and more. >> reporter: now, here is a booking shot we just received of the suspect. 29-year-old ryan kamfolt who was arrested for burglary. police say he is a transient. he is on parole for robbery. wearing an ankle bracelet and is a registered sex offender. police found he had women's underwear in his pockets. police trying to figure out if he took them from the home and trying to find out what his intentions were. found his car parked in front of the house and processed it for evidence. his mother lives in the neighborhood and that may explain why he was in this neighborhood. still trying to figure out whether this was random or targeted. reporting live, ktvu channel 2 news. >> 8:32. a man arrested in connection with the killings of three people last month is set to be arraigned in court later today. 46-year-old mark capello of colorado was one of three men arrested in connection with the murders. a father and son who investigators say traveled to sonoma county are also facing murder charges. investigators think the three victims were killed over a botched marijuana deal. >>> today a case involving a san francisco woman who was stabbed to death right in front of her two children will go before the state supreme court. 28-year-old clair tompango was killed 13 years ago. two years ago a state appeals court overturned his 2008 murder conviction because the court said jurors were misled about the option of manslaughter verdict. today state prosecutors will ask the court to reinstate the second degree murder conviction. >> new study about commutes that tells us what you already know. bay area commuters get stuck in traffic a lot. ryan flores live now to talk about those megacommuters. >> reporter: good morning. we all know traffic is bad wherever you are in the bay area. this is one of the hot spots westbound highway 24. this is one of the busier commutes throughout the bay. some travel 10 to 30 miles. some travel further and sit in traffic longer. if that's you, you may be a megacommuter. at least according to the u.s. census. according to that study, the bay area has the most megacommuters. megacommuters are identified as people who sit in traffic for at least the 90 minutes. 587,000 people in the country meet that statistic. but the bay area has the highest percentage of these megacommuters. experts say it isn't all too surprisingment home prices still pretty high. and freeway expansion in the suburbs. some people we talk with agree. >> driving is horrible. i hate it. i've always lived somewhere where i can try and ride my bike to work. and i just moved from oakland to martinez. this is the first i've lived somewhere where i have to commute. so i work from home. >> reporter: this is what a typical megacommuter looks like. mostly married men, have wives who typically don't work. they have kids. own a 3 or 4 bedroom home. earn more money than the average. half of them leave before 6:00 a.m. and some are likely to take trains or carpools. but two thirds prefer to drive alone. back out here live, the commute is starting to pick up from about an hour ago but the bay area wasn't the only place that had megacommuters. santa clara finished second in that study followed by new york, new jersey and washington d.c. la finished 6th and selinas was in 7th. all this talk about traffic gives me a megaheadache. hopefully that's not the case. >> you are not the only one brian. a lot of people are thinking i got to drive. a lot of people are in a lot of slow traffic this morning around the bay area. let's start off with a look at interstate 80. our news chopper 2 is looking at it here. a lot of people driving all the way down into the bay area, oakland. a long line of traffic. on the left there you see the buildings near the albany hill. very clouded area. and continuing down to the crowded bay bridge toll plaza. let's move along and take a look at the san mateo bridge where westbound 92 traffic is moderate. i want to put this on the map for you. you can see the san mateo bridge there. there's slow traffic from 380 to 92. that's about almost three times what it normally takes to drive in clear traffic from 380 to san mateo. >> we have rain on the horizon. we will be dry for most of today. it's coming in tonight. finally going to see wet weather return to the bay area. been almost two weeks since most of us saw that rain. outside our doors right now partly cloudy skies to mostly cloudy. a few low clouds remaining. high clouds beginning to move into the area. this ahead of the rain that will come in in time for this evening. i want to track this for you. it's going to last a couple days. into the evening hours 5 or 6:00. speed us up to save time. now entering into the north bay. for the evening drive home, we will be mainly dry. bill martin will be here. the steady rain is going to hold off for the most part. into 6:30, 7:00 it does begin to slide down in san rafael. it's moving into the east bay. i expect south of i 80. 9 or 10:00 still struggling. eventually into the overnight hours it will slide through. gusty at times. wednesday morning we wake up with a wet morning drive. you can expect that for tomorrow. set the alarm clock a little early. by the afternoon, we're in good shape. we're not done with this. the core of the storm still that will continue to bring scattered showers. look at the time stamp. thursday morning. we're still dealing with scattered showers. and looks like that will be the case. finally drying out friday and the weekend looks good. 44 degrees right now in san rafael. low 40s santa rosa, napa. woke up in the 30s. for the afternoon today, 60 degrees oakland. 58 san francisco. upper 50s to low 60s for the north bay as well as south bay. 64 for antiock. the rain moving in after sunset. sunset is about 6:35 this evening. extended forecast as i explained a moment ago scattered showers in the forecast wednesday/thursday. and afternoon highs on the cool side. mid to upper 50s in the forecast. snow levels will be dropping. hills may pick up snow around 3,000 feet. extended forecast with weekend in view. mostly sunny skies in store for saturday and sunday. >> thank you 8:39. the legal teamworking to keep the drake's bay oyster company open says the company used false information. the interior department told the producer to shut down production last november. the government says the decision was based on a long-term lease that said no extension would be granted. but oyster company attorneys say environmental damage was cited not to renew the lease. and they claim that information is incorrect. >> 8:39. a conservation group claims google is fueling the demand for ivory. the web site of google japan promotes the sale of ivory. small wooden stamps used to put signature seals on official documents. the handles are made with ivory. google says it bans the promotion of ivory sales on shopping sites. boeing says it now has a way to fix the problem that caused fires in dream liner jets. ceo says the proposed solution has three protection. the faa and japan's safety board are considering the idea. still no estimate on when the planes could be back in service. >> 20 minutes now before 9:00. vice president joe biden says the united states is not bluffing about threats to use force to stop iran from getting a nuclear weapon. yesterday he told members of the largest pro israel lobby in the u.s. that protecting israel is in the country's best interest. biden also said the united states is not looking for war and the white house wants peaceful negotiations with iran. the u.s. military is denying reports that a mass hunger strike is currently underway. a prison spokesman says some prisoners have tried to coordinate a hunger strike but most are not participating. however, the new york based center for constitutional rights say they have heard almost all of the 166 men held there are on strike claiming the protest is over searches and the confiscation of personal items. >>> president hugo chavez's health is in a delicate state. the government says president chavez has a weakening immune system and severe respiratory infection. diagnosed with cancer back in 2011. other than a few photos, the president has not been seen since december. >> time is 8:41. the new york stock exchange breaking new ground. we'll take a live look at what is moving the market. >>> and while apple stock declines, google stock keeps zooming the other way. >> and the bay bridge is going to shine in the spotlight. hazelnut macchiato, please. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] the new hazelnut macchiato from starbucks. crafted by hand & heart. >>> the dow has never been higher. in fact, on track to close above all time high set in october 2007. this follows better than expected economic data in europe and the united states today. a pledge from china that it would meet ambitious growth targets. looking ahead, investors will be keeping track. taking a live look at the big board. the dow up 145 smashing through. right now at 14273. and up 1%. the nasdaq at 1 and a quarter percent. s&p up 15. >>> stock prices at two bay area tech giants are mirror images of each other. google stock is up 21% in the last 6 months. all time high yesterday. just under 8:23 before slipping a bit. it is trading at 834. so back in record territory for google. apple stock is heading the other direction. 52 week low in trading yesterday slipping to 419. right now trading up quite a bit at 432. that's still down almost 40% of $705 which it hit last september on the day of the iphone a5 >>> was released. >> that stolen yacht the one that was stranded yesterday is now in richmond. hours ago we showed it to you live. it was towed to a harbor in richmond. and ohio stated out of the water. -- and hoisted out of the water. >>> three people on board were arrested for stealing it from an marina. >>> police in san francisco found the assault rifle. the one that was stolen from unmarked police car over the weekend. the semi automatic ar-15 is similar to the one we showed you. it was stolen saturday night on an area south of market street. police haven't said how or where it was found. >>> tonight is the night after years in the works that switch will be flipped on the bay bridge light show. pam cook is in our studio to tell us about this one of a kind art project. >> started with a vision two years ago while one man was sitting having lunch and gazing up at the bay bridge. that will be an amazing light show on the western span of the bay bridge. 25,000 white led lights will transform into a moving sculpture. starting tonight and running every night for two years. the pattern will never repeat. and the artist's inspiration comes from the birds, tides, clouds and even the traffic around the bay bridge. >> wanted to find a way to have the bay bridge shine one more time. >> if the tests are a portion of what the real thing is going to be, going to be good. >> we are expecting rain tonight. but the ebmarkadero still could be crowded because the restaurants are all booked up. don't even think about driving across the bay bridge. the chp says you cannot see the light show from the bridge. that was done on purpose for safety reasons. >> if you don't plan to join the crowds tonight, you can still see the show. we will be streaming the debut of the bay bridge lights on ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. >> happening now at the vatican, the cystine chapel is closed as of 1:00 a.m. today to prepare for the up coming conclave. cardinals are getting ready to elect a new pope. this video was taken just a few hours ago as some of the cardinals get off the bus. waiting for five more cardinals to arrive before they set the date for the beginning of the conclave which is of course the election of the new pope. >>> asia's leader is on the short list to get that title. archbishop of manila. known for being able to connect and prides himself using facebook. >> someone who would have been unthinkable a few decades ago. but it seemed like the time had arrived right in that moment. >> the cardinals are expected to select the pope sometime next week. that would allow the new catholic leader to preside over holy week ceremonies which begin on palm sunday which is march 24th and end a week later on easter. >>> this is a record year for the nobel peace prize. 259 nominations. the most ever. among the nominees are 15-year-old malala who was shot in the head for her stand girls deserve an education. bradley manning. army private who admits he gave documents to the wiki leaks web site. and a punk band jailed for protests. the winner will be named in october. >> time is 8:50. police in napa are investigating a possible hate crime at a starbucks. police say a customer found a dangling noose in the men's bathroom. african american employee fears this was intended as a hate crime. a surveillance video will be checked out as part of that police investigation. >>> the father of a 6th grade boy who died in a tragic school bullying incident is now talking publically about his pain. 12-year-old baily o'neil died sunday. back in january, two of his classmates viciously beat him at a school outside of philadelphia. his son is finally at peace. >> i'm at peace at the fact that he doesn't have the pain any more. i feel he's safe now. and he doesn't have to, you know, just suffer any more. >> investigators say the boy had been repeatedly bully by his attackers. prosecutors are deciding what charges to file against the two boys now that the child has died. >> 8:51. new information coming in . the sheriff's department is following a new lead in the violent death of a teenage girl one year ago. the body of 13-year-old inside a baseball dug out at a park near sacramento. strangled, stabbed and beaten to death. still no suspects but detectives believe the killer was a teenage boy or a young man and believed jessica may have known him. >> 8 minutes now before 9:00. the un security council is holding a closed door meeting. just moments ago u.s. ambassador susan rice said the new sanctions could be some of the toughest ever imposed by the un. the u.s. and china just reached a deal on the sanctions to penalize north korea for under ground nuclear test and north korea responded by vowing to cancel the 1953 ceasefire. a resolution will be approved this month. meanwhile, the white house is denouncing dennis rodman's visit to north korea. flew there last week and bonded with the leader. later called the dictator awesome guy who does not want war with the u.s. but does want a phone call from president obama. the press secretary says north korea should focus on the well being of citizens and not on celebrity sporting events. >> goth am city now on its own because batman turns up in britain. we know his name. >> good morning, westbound 24 looks a little bit better now as it drives between walnut creek. tell you more about morning commute and the bay area weather. enough about the book, i want to hear about your date. well, he showed up in a van. 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[♪.. the preceding was a paid presentation for 10 minute trainer, brought to you by beachbody. >>> a police officer opens fire with one man inside. one man is deed. we will bring you more. >>> the shooting comes one day after another police shooting. video of the dramatic chase that led up to the deadly encounter. >>> you are taking a live look at construction crews on the site of a huge sinkhole. as demolition begins and the search is called off. . >>> good morning, welcome to "mornings on 2". it is march 3rd. >> i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. >> a lot of green on the radar. not necessarily hitting the ground. we will go to rosemary: >> you are right. clouds joining us this morning and the possibility of a passing shower. here is the thing, we are so dry that most of this, not necessarily hitting the ground could be seeing a little bit of light drizzle. and in the west section there near half moon bay and san mateo and picked up a cell earlier this morning. this is what we are going to see throughout the morning hours. hit or miss. and possibility of a few sprinkles. livermore reported a few sprinkles this morning. you can see a bigger blob, if you will. along 82. this is a slight chance of rain and temperatures will be cooler. i will show you the numbers, coming up. >>> we begin with breaking news in the east bay. another police shoot ng the bay area. >> alex savidge is live and there are questions about how one of the suspects tide. alex? >> reporter: we are not getting any official information from the police department thus far and we have confirmed there was a shooting from a hayward police officer. the car was trying to ram the officer. was we push down here on the street, it is still here beyond the crime scene tape. we are told the officer shot into the car. the car then sped off and crashed here. as you can see. one person has died here. this is now a crime scene at the intersection of d street on foot hill boulevard this morning, the person who died at the scene. we don't know that they died after gunshot wound. there was a second person inside the car who was transported to the hospital, we are told. this police shooting all began at 3:00 this morning. it started a few blocks away on the 700 block of fletcher. that's when an officer there tried to make a stop on a suspicious car. it backed up into the officer and that's when the officer opened fire. >> i don't know what happened. it was about five gunshots. it is was like pou, pou, pou. and it -- pow, pow, and it woke me up. >> reporter: the secondary scene is still a crime scene. that's where the initial shooting took place. no officers were seriously hurt here and they are still not looking for someone outstanding. >> we have a call into the sergeant with the highwayward police department and as you can see, -- heyward police department. we are waiting to get more information on the officer-involved shooting in hayward. >> they shot and killed a suspect after a while chase on highway 85 and through city streets. the officers gunned down the man yesterday afternoon after a 20 minute pursuit. the 25-year-old suspect first got their attention when he was driving around acting suspiciously. they pursued him and backed off and it was in a residential neighborhood. soon after, a second pursuit started. officers say he pointed a gun and threw items out of the speeding car. and women's purse. he drove with the blown out rear tire and rammed three police cars. >> i saw the guy laying on the ground so. >> there was like 30, 40 cop cars out there. >> the officers who fired the shots and they are on paid administrative leave. >> hours, earlier a daly city man was a stolen car suspect. as we reported yesterday on "mornings on 2", they pursued the suspect into san francisco near k. and the passenger -- near candlestick park and the driver jumped out and ran with a gun. he pointed the gun at both san francisco and daly city police officers and that's when they shot and killed him. >> in overis night news. a car full of teenageers were on the run from the chp, officers tried to pull over the car. they suspected the driver was drunk. >> the vehicle eventually plowed into a fence. and there were five teens in the car and police say the injuries range from minor to serious. >> gill roy police are investigating a bar fight that turned into a stabbing near a popular restaurant. >> that happened before midnight. and this is on monterey street. >> a 36-year-old man was found with stab wound in his back. he got into a fight with a man who was arrested for homicide. >>> this victim was ira lifted to a nearby trauma center. >>> they were ordered to to this. this is at wesley man more at hamilton boulevard in campbell. they provide affordable housing to seniors. it started on the high rise. and they were evacuated. everyone else was told to stay in the apartments. no reports of any injuries. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. >> happening now, authorities have called off the search for a florida man swallow he had by a sinkhole and now they are demolishing it as they try to stabilize the situation there. you can see the demolition is underway. you can see. they have gotten off the front porch of the house and pulling things out. right now. the hole underneath the home believed to be at least 30 feet by 30 feet. and again, they do think it is growing. yesterday, firefighters gave the families of two nearby homes less than an hour to grab their things and get out of there. >> jeremy bush whose brother jeffrey was swallowed by the sinkhole. he said he is still shocked by everything happened. >> it is like i am still sleeping. it is not real. >> whoever would think you would get up and run to your brother's room and find a big hole in the floor and your brother is down in the hole. >> the crews say the ground is too unstable to try to recover the body of jeffrey bush. so they have called off the search. he was again swallowed by the hole when it opened up underneath his bedroom thursday night. >> they are testing the soil. and depending on the results of the test. well, they are going to continue the demolition as they try to get rid of the house and stabilize the situation out there. we will of course keep an eye object that for you. >> one of the largest taxicab companies in las vegas went on strike early this morning. >> drivers for yellow checkered star transportation walked off the job. they are upset because the company had a contract rejected by 70% of the union members. it is reported that 400 cab drivers have turned off their engines and picketing has begun. >> one of the best try athletes is getting ready to swim from alcatraz. >> this is the 33rd escape from alcatraz triathlon. you are looking at video from last year's race. as they came out of the water. 2,000 people are competing this morning. this is what is ahead for them. after the 1.5 mile swim from alcatraz, they will get on the bikes and bake pore 18 miles and back to the water fronts. then they finish it off with a run that goes through the presidio and back to the marine green. we have one of our reporters participating in that. >> wish him all the best and all the competitors the best. when they finish and cross the finish line out there. couple of sprinkles. >> pockets of area. >> won't be a big deal. >> good morning to you. most of us waking up dry. >> again, the radar is showing us returns. >> the rain is light and it will be a hit and miss. >> splash and dash. as you want to call it. and give you a live look across the bay. where we are mostly gray. >> few low clouds have developed as well. >> the fog is not too bad and visibility anywhere from five to 7 miles around the area. >> we continue to trek a few scattered showers. >> again, most of us not moist enough to see this hit the ground. little bit of drizzle a possibility. this is the call for the morning hours and even into the afternoon. it will be a slight chance. and right around here in san francisco. and just along in the embarcadero and true drizzle and light rain near lake merced and daly city. and we are picking up a little bit of green here. livermore did report a few scattered showers this morning. that has since moved off to the east. a look here for your sunday. here we are with all the gray. bits of moisture moving through time and time again. it is now 9:00. >> you can see along the southern half of the peninsula. and southeast of fremont into the 11:00 hour. >> not a lot and perhaps enough to water the grass. into the afternoon we have a few showers that pop up and perhaps as few scattered showers for the afternoon. for today, in a nutshell, we are mostly cloudy. leaving the possibility of maybe a little bit of drizzle and light rain and it will be continuous on and off and not going to cause you a whole lot of trouble and the afternoon highs are cooler. with that said and the clouds overhead and moist air in place we are warming this morning. 51 in oakland. and 50 san rafael. 50 san francisco. redwood city as well as mountain view. there is a peek at the afternoon highs. anywhere from five to 10 degrees cooler where we were yesterday morning or yesterday afternoon. the extended forecast shows you by monday, we will be dry. partly cloudy skies in the afternoon. and it is not going to last. we have a bigger storm coming in tuesday afternoon. and even a chance for scattered showers on thursday. >> temperatures will be cool in the afternoon. >> low 60s. i have the very latest on the rain cast model, coming up. >>> taking aim at a senator's life with twitter. >> they are apologizing what they tweeted about mitch mcconif they will's wife. >> this capsule is on a mission and where the capsule is this morning. >>> we will take you outside. it is a little gray. that's the san mateo bridge as traffic moves along there. just fine. minor accidents around the bay area. and not to stop you from where you are going. we will keep a an eye on it for you. it is 7:11. this is "mornings on 2". ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ♪ the one and only, cheerios . >>> welcome back. giving a view there from mound diablo. low -- mount diablo. >> after a shaky flight, the cargo capsule is now docked at the international space station. they ran into a glitch yesterday after takeoff from cape canaveralful and it took flight control several hours to al advantage the flight. they are delivering 1 ton of goods with food and research experiments by by area high school students. >> 700 homes have collapsed in china following the earthquake. it struck in the yunnan province. at least 20 people are hurt and the 700 homes destroyed. another 2500 are damaged. >>> people on an united airlines jet are safe on the ground. they had to make an emergency landing. it happened at 4:30 yesterday afternoon -- 4:30. yesterday afternoon. it had a hydraulic problem. it was headed to sso from vancouver with 125 passengers and crew members on board. >>> a parasailer is is in the hospital after injuring himself. he fell 50 feet to the ground. someone saw the accident and was able to call 9-1-1. he was taken to a hospital. >>> six family members including two children were killed after a crash on a kentucky highway. yesterday, a tractor trailer rear ended a ford expedition carrying eight people. it burst into flames. killing the two adults and a the children. the driver of the tractor trailer is cooperating with the investigation. >>> he is telling us, he saw the vehicle in front of him and he hit the brakes and didn't hit them in time. >> police say they are trying to determine why he did not notice the expedition in time to stop. two children did escape and they are in good condition. >>> they will talk to voters about the sequester. >> pelosi spoke at a fundraiser of 100 black women. she said the sequester hit families the hardest and programs like head start. >> they cut tens of thousands of positions in head start. when those kids can't go to head start. their moms will not be able to go to work. think of what that does to the families. >> they will go to the women's group employment and training program. >>> it is the last day of the gop convention and one key strategy is taking center stage for republicans. yesterday's speakers included carl rove and talked about spread ising the party message to a more diverse audience. >> registered latino audiences will out number eligible white voters. >> republicans need not capture a majority of latino votes, but we must do significantly better than we have. >>> the spring convention wraps up today with the delegates electing a chairman. state democrats will hold the convention in sacramento next months. >>> one of the republicans is is furious about a post targeting his wife. kentucky senator mitch mcconnell is the senate leader. they tweeted a disparaging remark of his wife. former secretary of stateally line chow. they they apologized for the tweet. >>> this is yahoo's decision to end telecom muting. the move came after marissa meyer checked the virtual private network laws. they use that program to log in when they work from home. apparently it showed employees weren't logging in enough and that led to her announcement last week that it will end in june. they need a more collaborative company culture. >>> they took resident insist the peninsula for a little ride along. they took to facebook and twitter for a virtual ride along. they posted pictures and documented stories on the night while patrolling in san carlos. >> it is a push to react with the community and show them we are on the same team. >> the more they know about the neighborhood and the people in the neighborhood, it is for the better. >> these are some from the event. it lasted until midnight. more than two dozen firefighters will report for duty for the first time this morning, the new firefighters were hired after more than a year of station brownouts and layoffs and $8 million federal grant is paying for their salaries and benefits. they took a 10% salary cut to help the department make the new hires. >> dozens of teaching positions could be on the line. they will cut more than 46 full time positions at its annual budget meeting on wednesday. they must be notified by possible layoffs and the board cut 115 as part of the ban. >>> this is causing confusion. the law prohibits schools for charging fees for classroom items and oakland at this times. and schools can't require children to bring certain materials from class. now, they are trying to raise money for field strips and school sun fries. >> they are not sure what they allow. and supporters say this is going to level the playing field for low income families. >>> this boy was suspended after biting his breakfast pastry into a shape that the teacher thought looked like a gun. he is a second grader in baltimore. he said he was trying to bite his snack into the shape of a mountain. when they teacher saw his pastry. he was suspended for two days. >> it was already a rectangle. i kept on biting. and for off the top of it. it looked like a gun but it wasn't. >> the the school sent the letter home and said he used food to make inappropriate gestures. >> he said his son has adhd and his actions were innocent. >>> the time now is 7:20. somber anniversary met with both tears and celebration. what residents are saying one year later about the tornado havocked community. >> -- about the tornado ravaged community. >> cloudy, cooler and for some, maybe a sprinkle. i will have what you can expect for your sunday, coming up. republicans,. >>> there is a big change when tornadoes leveled communities like henryville and they have brought support and generous donations giving survivor as reason to celebrate. they reflected back on the tragedy and the outpouring of love all over the nation. >> in the two minutes, we lost two houses. two cars. it was gone. >> how amazing. they have come from everywhere to be here and help us to encourage us and help us rebuild. >>> hundreds of homes were destroyed back in 2012 and 14 people killed in the afternoon that was riddled with five tornadoes. >>> the legendary iditarod race continues today. this year's the 66 mushers are competing with cogs that race 1,000 miles across alaska to the bering sea coast. they made it in 27 hours and 25 minutes. >>> they have come across birds with a bit of a bite. the beautiful white birds live at mckinley park and even trying to take their picture or walking by them gets their feathers all riled up. >> some people agitate them and it adds to the problem. >> they got agitated bying toes or teenager. >> they know what it is like to get it. >> every i am the couple goes to the nearby pond where there are more birds. they squawk and flap at them and they have been staying put by the rose garden. >> i might avoid the rose garden. >> look at it from afar. >> 7:25. may be a nice day to head outside. >>> rosemary orozco, you said -- rosemary, you said it was going to be cooler. >> the second half when they started to thicken up a bit and today, we are going to be even cooler of five to 10 degrees of cooling expected by the afternoon. outside our doors. mostly cloudy skies. and actually warmer once we get out the door this morning. >> take a look. we are tracking a little bit of moisture here and by pulling, very, very close. you can see lake merced and crossing over into south san francisco and perhaps as little drizzle out your door. this will be in the morning hours. i move this into motion. >> we are actually starting to clear out just a bit. >> partly sunny skies with thinning clouds like clear lake, napa may pick up a sprinkle. the time stamp reads 4:00. pulling through the northeast corner and central valley. that is going to be it. it is not going to bring us a lot. the leftover moisture will bring us low level clouds and start the morning hour drive. this is the system we have been hoping for and bring us anywhere from a quarter inch to a half inch of rain across the bay area. and if we are lucky, we will get an inch out of this. and the sierra is expected to pick up a half foot to a foot of fresh snow. meanwhile, mostly cloudy for today. slight chance of hit or miss shower. temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s. cool afternoon. extended forecast shows you what we talked about there. they will rebound on monday. in between systems and by tuesday afternoon, here comes the rain. sliding south. we all look to be wet wednesday morning and tapering off to scattered showers and leaving a possibility for scattered showers as well. back to the desk. >> it is the first sunday since pope benedict stepped down. what is happening today. >>> as the community mourns; this gets vandalized. and a suspect is caught. >>> major hayward intersection gets turned into a crime scene. we will tell you what led up to gunfire. you're on timeout leo! ♪ ♪ some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof. some things will. save up to 20% on an ikea kitchen. you're o♪ ♪meout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof. some things will. save up to 20% on an ikea kitchen. >>> another shooting. and questions surrounding the death. i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. >> they heard gun after gunshot. and they are trying to figure out if the suspect died from gunfire or a car crash. alex savidge is live at the scene where police still have the area blocked offer. >> reporter: we are not getting any official statements from the hayward police. and it was an officer-involved shooting. and the officer that fired, fired into the car that we will show you here. it still remains at the scene. it was trying to back up into the officer and trying to ram the officer. >> it took place a couple of blocks away from where we are now. it had two people inside. and sped off and crashed at the intersection of d street and foot hill boulevard. >> obviously we can see from the video. there was a body here at the scene and talking with police. it is unclear at this point if the person died of a gunshot wound. >> there was also a second person inside the car who we saw being transported to the hospital as well. >> it is unclear what the injuries were. >> this police shooting happened around 3:00. and the 700 block of fletcher lane. and that's where an officer trying to make a traffic stop on a suspicious car, that car, backed up into the officer. and that's when the officer opened fire. >> we talked with one neighbor who heard several gunshots. >> very frightening. you don't here about anything like this. around this neighborhood. it is very close to home and it is scary. >> i heard gunshots. and it is scary. what is going object. it is pretty scary. >> now, at this point i told police are not actively looking for anyone else in connection with the shooting this morning. i am told no officers were seriously hurt here. we will bring you out live here. this is a very large crime scene. this is the intersection of d streets and it is shut down with crime scene tape in all directions this morning. it will be for some time as the hayward police investigate this shooting. i have a call into the sergeant hoping to get more information soon. we will bring it to you when we get it. live in hayward, alex savage, channel 2 news >>> a man is facing charges for steal ago memorial for the two centers. santa cruz woman said they saw them get into the taxi. they followed the taxi and recovered the flowers. the man was identified as kenneth fray and he was booked for vandalizing a memorial and public intoxication >>> this is confident and touching. santa cruz police officers discovered the teddy bear. on the chest. a purple heart with a note. purple heart is for the sacrifice above and beyond the call of duty. when one loses their life for the protection of mother others. >> it is left by an unnobody veteran or person of the military. >>> this is scheduled for march 7th at noon. it is held at the hp pavilion for the thousands that will attend. it begins at 11:00 a.m. and we will be streaming the service live on ktvu.com. >>> it was santa clara's biggest buy back. they collected more than 500 firearms. most were rifles and they were exchanged $100 and others were handed $200 when they turned in dozens of assault weapons. >> these are exceptional. >> it will take a high capacity magazine. >> sheriff's officials say the department handed out $15,000 during the buy back. they did not run out of money and extended hours of the event. the buy back was paid for by public funds from the county >>> p solano county is getting ready for the event at fairgrounds. $200 for assault weapons. and $100 for one weapon >>> a person is dead after being hit by a car. it happened in the gill roy area. >> highway patrol said it appears to and male pedestrian. it is not clear why he was walking on the highway. that incident is still under investigation >>> a homeless encampment will be swept away. >> living on string street near the airport will be given a warning. 72 hours later, they will begin cleaning out the encampment. it will take downey structures and storing all property and belongings for 90 days. >>> a house fire took the life of a 34-year-old man. they found him outside of his home just after 9:00 a.m. yesterday morning. he he had second and third degree burns over most of his body. he was flown to the davis medical center where he later died. investigateers say they think the fire started in the kitchen. >> massive wildfire in california has been put out and now the search begins to figure out what started it. >> it started thursday and burned more than 300 acres. >> crews remained at the scene to make sure it didn't flare up again. they were evacuated from their homes and one rv was destroyed. >> they were looking into whether flying embers may have sparked it. and a fast moving wildfire continues to burn at daytona beach. >> it prompted evacuations of more than 300 homes. late last night people were allowed to return back home. the fire is now 75% contained. high wind and low humidity are still a concern. >>> scrutiny the florida home on top of a sinkhole is being demolished. this is as they call off the search for a mantha was swallowed by the hole. it looks like it may be frozen. we have been watching all morning as the heavy machinery comes into the area and basically knocks down the home. >> the crews believe the hole is at least. 30 feet by 30 feet. they say the ground is too unstable. and what they think, if they tear down the home. it will give them a better idea of what they are dealing with >>> today mark marks the first sunday since pope benedict's resignation. services are taking place today in vatican city. the cardinals will meet daily. they will set a date for the conclave, the secret election of the new pope. >> the apartment overlooking st. peter's square will remained closed until a new pope is eel he elected. >>> catholics want change within the church. changes include modernizing the church. toughening its stance against sex abuse and allowing priests to marry and let the nuns and priests -- let women into the church. >>> how we write the faith to a modern world. >> the poll finds catholics are concerned about the direction of the church. and how it will recover from certain scandals as well as internal divisions. >>> time now is 7:38. we are feeling the change in the weather. rain is on the way. i feel like the drop in temperatures is a way to get us prepared to let us know that later this week. >> maybe the umbrellas have to come with us. >>> your right. easing us -- you are right. >> plenty of cloud cover overhead. the problem has been that we are so incredibly dry. most of what we are seeing on the radar not hitting the ground. giving you a live look over the hills of bay point. where you can see all the cloud cover. by the afternoon, turning sunny. for now, we continue with the gray skies. and fog is developing. >> santa rosa reporting three. and storm tracker 2 showing you the a.m. of moisture moving through at this hour. we will continue toe see this through the morning hours. we may get a little bit of drizzle. in fact, it may be happening here on the westside of san francisco. >> and sliding into south san francisco. so, if you are seeing this outside your door this morning. it will continue to pass off and you are left with cloudy conditions. like the rest of us. mountain view, maybe a few sprinkles falling outside your door as well. >> hit or miss. not expecting a lot. i checked the radar returns on the past four hours. no accumulation in the area. >> really, not going to see a lot. >> 50 degrees in concord and upper 50s in novato and i turned offer the radar and turned on the satellite to show you all the cloud cover. helping insulate us this morning. yesterday morning we were several degrees cooler. and -- warmer and we were warmer than yesterday morning. by the afternoon, like yesterday afternoon. the clouds have an opposite effect us on -- affect on us. it comes behind the system and will add to the cooling and bring the it back to the low 60s for the afternoon. here is what you can expect in berkeley for today. 59 in san francisco. 62 in novato. and low 60s in oakland. and how about the santa clara valley. 63 morgan hill. and low 60s in santa cruz. and with the bitter moisture in place. we are likely to wake up with fog and tomorrow morning. partly cloudy. as claudine wong mentioned, bigger storm come ng. and this could linger to thursday idea. upper 50s. low 60s. will remain in the forecast. i will have a look at the rain forecast model for you, coming up. >>> if you are getting ready to head up to the sierra, be prepared for snow. look at interstate 80. you can see the roads are clear now. >> it looks wet. weak storm will move across the mountains bringing an inch or two along the high elevations. it is expected tuesday through friday when more snow is coming to the mountains. after the latest snow, it shows we experienced the driest january and february on record. >>> all right. they were reported miss ng peru and found safe this morning. we have new video showing how bay area couple is.com. >>> this will go up tomorrow and how much mother you will have to pay. >>> live look outside. that is the approach to the beatle plaza. time now is 7:41. coming up on 7:42. you are watching "mornings on 2". >>> welcome back on this sunday morning. live look there at the estuary. cloudy skies have maintained mild temperatures out. and providing the opportunity of a few pockets of light rain. >> well, police are investigating the 14th and 15th homicides of the year. just after four yesterday morning, they received reports of gunshots at april practice cot and both were found in the street and both pronounced dead the no suspects and no further information >>> they will hold a public memorial tonight to mark one year since the killing of a 1-year-old girl. >> jessica's body was found at a baseball diamond on march 6th of last year. so far no arrests have been made in the case despite $10,000 reward. vigil will be held tonight at the park where she died. there is is new video of the couple that the friends thought were missing in peru. >> this video posted on line of garrett and jamie neal shows them happy and healthy. the two were out of contact for about a month while travel ng the amazon. it triggered a search by the u.s. straight department. they surfaced and called home. so far, no word on when they will return to the bay area. >>> queen elizabeth ii is resting after getting sick. she canceled her trip to wales after a stomach infection. she was supposed to celebrate yesterday. the monarch's health will be assessed in the coming days. >>> stephen colbert is supporting his sister's run for congress. he served food during a $5,200 permit for the fundraiser. he gave a short speech and his sister is a democrat in a south carolina district with a republican history. >>> secretary of state john kerry is urging for unity and reform in egypt. he is meeting with mohammed morsi and other government officials. kerry said they must resolve their differences to get the economy back on track. >> it is paramount, exception, urgent. that the egyptian economy gets stronger. and it gets back on its feet. >>> the u.s. is concerned that continued instability in egypt will have broader consequences in a rae john rocked by unrest such as sir why. there were pro he test tories and they are raising concerns about upcoming parliamentary elections >>> my barack will be -- mubarak will be given a retrial. the protests drove him from office. his two sons and interior minister will also be retried. it is all scheduled to begin on april 13th. and includes new evidence. it is after they appealed their sentences. >>> two boys were killed in afghanistan. they were shot to death when they were mistaken for insurgent during an operation in the southern part of the country. they offered his personal apology and condolences. >>> international terrorist said to be responsible for a gas tack is said to be killed. his troops killed maktar. he was the leader of a group associated with al-qaida. he claims to have taken hostage gas facility back in january. 37 people including three americans died in the attack. >>> the future after southern california nuclear power plant is unclear. bringing the state's energy use into question. it is more than a year since a small leak of radioactive gas forced a shut down of the nuclear plant. now. authorities are question what to do with it. the fate of the plant will affect future energy use and figure out how to replace the lost power >>> people will have to pay more to park near the ballpark. >> it is from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and prices will be hiked for the big games. metered parking will cost five to $7 an hour. >> the hike is part of the muni program. and tests whether charging more for parking shots will reduce congestion. >>> light camera days could be over for three bay area cities. redwood city and san rafael are considering ending thundershower camera light programs. this comes as it is under fire amid accusations of a brainary scheme. officials say they are happy with their cameras. and plan on keeping them. >> supporters of a new program in marin county hope it will encourage residents to biological produce. the new program called grown local marin is aiming for fresh locals and meats. >>> this will identify which foods come from the area. shopping local will help keep money in the county and sustain jobs. >>> lake tahoe's water is getting bluer. >> the annual depth is reported at 75.3 feet. >> that's rah 11-foot improvement from the worse recorded in 1997. the reading is taken by determining the depths at which a white disk can be seen from the service. >> they credit the improvement program for keeping the lake clean. >>> it is expected in the nearby community and the sonoma county agency is proposing a 5% increase to water district that is buys from the agency. >> the cost of the households could go up 2.1%. >> the revenue collected will go to planned up grades of the system. it will be debated this week. the increase is set to kick in on july 1st. >> they are ready to create jobs for the youth. and it plans to make the announcement at an event. they are looking to fill 2500 positions. >> this is the national hiring day which will be held tuesday. and this is across the bay area. >> the bottle rock music festival is looking to put on the big event. >> there is a big perching attached to the donated time. >> they will receive a one day free pass which comes to at a value hue of 200 bucks. >> they will be needed for the five day festival. >> each volunteer will work 2-5 to 6 hour shifts and check out bottle rock, napa valley.com. >> this is the last day to take part in the most beloved treasure hunts at the white elephant sale in oakland. they rummage through the grandfather clocks and seeing machines. it is the 54th annual white elephant sale. it benefits the museum. and some freak the event. year after year. and today is the one of the best days to catch a deal. >> i know, that sundays are the last day. >> they are giving. and reduced. and lower the prices. >> i got a really nice antique dress center for 40 bucks or something last year. >> the sale starts at 10:00 a.m. and goes until 4:00 p.m. at the white house on lancaster street. >> all right. your time now is 7:52. a push to get a downtown marine in. and thanks to a -- marina: >> she is making history. the 28-year-old who will be the first women ever to try out for the nfl today. >>> you can expect a cloudy, cooler afternoon. i am tracking a few light showers. >> i will break down what you can expect, coming up. medications? i don't know. last immunization shots? really? honey, what's my blood pressure medicine called? one time i took something and i blew up like a puffer fish. i'm probably allergic to that. at kaiser permanente, your medical information is available to you and your doctors. quickly. securely. no guesswork required. better information. better care. kaiserpermanente. thrive. >>> nascar is looking at the placement of gates after a crash in daytona that injured more than two dozen fans. a fans were hurt after a piece of car ripped through the fence. two are still in the hospital. they have forced nascar to take a closer look at safety. particularly fencing at around its tracks and nascar is running in phoenix today and watch the race right here at ktvu.com this morning. >>> they are playing a role in the efforts to keep the kings from moveing to seattle. they hired bill crocket and into the downtown and not any changes to the surrounding streets. it incorporate a parking structure which means part of the arena would sit below ground. >> more people. and it is just. and as far as it is concerned. we will see. if it happens. then we will see how well it goes. >> investors are paying for the design. >> they could make a financial contribution by turning over control understand the plaza. and giving up some revenues from parking leaders. >> randy moss is is leaving the 49ers. he treated this message. wish we could have finished the job. thanks for the opportunity. good luck in the future. >> harbaugh said he wanted to have moss back. he is gone after one season in san francisco. he had three touchdown passes and new orleans saints are reportedly interested in signing him. >>> a woman back east is trying to make history today. 28-year-old kicker lauren silverman has a tryout for nfl scouts at the new york jets training facility. she said she is prepared and realistic about her chances and goal today to kick a 60-yard field goal. >> time now is 7:56. good luck to her and we will head over to rosemary with how the rain will be. >> what a difference from a few days ago >>> we had temperatures warming in the 70s. some areas in the nor bay to the low 70s. not going to be the case today. partly sunny. temperatures will take a dive. it is cooler in the afternoon. and at this hour, this is what i am tracking. some moisture off the coast and along the pacific. and into a little bit closer, along the peninsula. >> we have light drizzle falling into daly city. and reporting a stew scattered showers. and pacifica. ansu down near the pass and -- and sunnyvale. and not really hitting the ground. very, very dry. that could change in the next couple of hours. >> notice at the:00. it's possible. >> 11:00 and then by the afternoon, we are clearing it out. at least the rain and partly sunny skies for the second half of your sunday. >> wake up tomorrow morning. low clouds and fog. it will be a dry day. this is the system we are tracking for tuesday. >> time stamp reads 5:00. >> sliding into the north bay. as the evening moves on. so does the rain and it continues into the southeast and south bay. >> here is the good news. >> notice wednesday morning. we are on the back edge. >> hopefully, most of this rain. badly needed rain will fall in the overnight hours. if the storm stays on the current path. >> here is the extended forecast. >> mostly cloud can i and cool today. perhaps. and light drizzle. and that's about it. >>> monday is going to be dry. >> temperatures will rebound. and by tuesday afternoon. we are increasing the clouds. the rain is moving in. and it will stick around. morning rain followed by scattered showers and leave in the possibility after few scattered showers as well. back to you. >>> we continue with breaking news. we are on the scene of another police shooting. this time involving a hayward police officer. the latest coming up. >> the crews began towering down a home over the huge sinkhole in florida. what we are learning about the other homes in the area. >>> another police shooting in the bay area. and the questions surrounding how one ever the suspects died. >>> this comes after another shooting. the dramatic chase that led to the deadly encounter. >>> the florida home is being demolished and why they are being forced to give up the search for the mantha was swallowed by the massive hole. >>> this is "mornings on 2". >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "mornings on 2". it is sunday, march 3rd. i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> rosemary is watching the changes for us. little great out there. >> you are right. it is a weak chance at maybe a few sprinkles and continue to watch this bit of moisture pull in. the problem is the sub layer of clouds. right below. it is so incredibly dry and this is evaporating before it hits the ground. this is called virga. and it is seeing a little bit of drizzle into pacifica and south shovel and picking up a -- pacifica and a picking up mcconnell mal pete it is a. >> we will -- picking up. in maleitas. >>> another bay area police officer opens fire on a suspect. this is the live picture of the scene at d street and foot hill boulevard. they have had the area blocked off for hours now authorities say. they followed a suspicious vehicle before 3:30 this morning. the suspects that hit the police car sped off and they fired at the car. which crashed near the casablanca motel. >> i don't know what happened. >> it is five gunshots. >> it is like pop, pop shall pop. and woke me up. >>> one suspect died at the scene. another person was transported to the hospital. investigateers right now are trying to determine how the suspect died. whether it was by gunfire or possibly by the crash. >> alex savidge will have a live report on the investigation copping up at 8:30. >>> san jose police shot and killed a suspect on 85 and through city street ises -- 1eu streets. >> two -- through city streets. >> they say the 25-year-old suspect caught their attention when he was driving around erratically. they chased him and backed off when it was too dangerous to follow into a residential neighborhood. soon a second chase started when they spotted him again. they saw a gun. and he through out a baseball bat and women's purse. he kept driving with a blown out tire and rammed three police cars. >> i saw the guy laying object on the ground. >> there was like 30, 40 cop cars out there. >> the officers who fired the shots are described by police as veterans. as part of standard procedure. they are placed on paid leave. >>> they shot and killed a man who was a stolen car suspect. as we first reported here yesterday on "mornings on 2", daly city police pursued the suspect near candlestick park. and we are learning the passenger surrendered immediately. the driver ran out and ran with the gun. he pointed the weapon at both san francisco and daly city police officers and that is when the daly city police officer shot and killed him. >>> in overnight news, a car full of teenagers crashed while on the run from chp. it began at 1:00 this morning. they tried to pull over the car. they suspected the driver was drunk. the vehicle eventually plowed through the fence of west campbell and there were five teenagers in the car. injuries rake from minor to serious. one man is facing attempted homicide charges after a bar fight in gill roy. it happened near long house restaurants on monterey street. a 60-year-old man was found with mum tim stab wound. he was fighting with three men and one man was arrested. police are still searching for the other two. the victim was airlifted to a nearby trauma center. >> a fire at a retirement community is being investigated. >> this is near the intersection of westchester boulevard and hamilton avenue. wesley manor provides advisoriable housing to seen jurors. >> fire started on the 12th floor of the high rise. everyone else was told to stay in the apartments. there are no reports of any injuries. >>> all right. now, crews are demolishing the florida home sitting on top of the sinkhole and the unstable ground has forced rescueers to stop the search for the man swallowed up by the hole. this is the live picture of the house and what is left of the house. the sinkhole is estimated to be at least 30 feet by 30 feet. now, work began here early in the morning. crews were hoping to get a better look at the hole to determine how severe the situation is. it opened up on thursday swallowing jeffrey bush. he has not been recovered. >>> it could be difficult for people in las vegas to catch a cab today. hundreds of taxicab workers went on strike early this morning. they say drivers for the yellow checkered star transportation company walked off the job just after made night. they implemented a contract. and rejected by 70% of union members. it is reported that 400 cabs have turned off their engines and that picketing has begun. >> they are swim being from alcatraz to san francisco. they are taking part in the 33rd annual escape from the triathlon which is underway. >> this is video from last year's race. >> 2,000 people are competing this morning. here is a look at what is ahead of them and their 1.5 mile swim and they will bike 18 miles as they race to golden gate park and they finish it off with a 8 mile run that loops them from the press sid yo and at the hayward police officer reason napa valley green. >> -- at the pre sid yo. >> i p -- press sid yo. and it is mostly cloudy and relatively mild out there. it is a few degrees and cloud cover over head helping ting isolate us. and some of it hitting the ground. not a lot of it. but some of it. give me a look there. and you can see a little sliver. of what appears to be some sun trying to breakthrough there. >> partly sunny skies. and bean now and then. it is mostly cloudy and watching the moisture pull in from the pacific. this is the weak system and it is sliding through and catching the southern portion. that is what is bringing the moisture to the area. mid and high level clouds are dry, dry air. and so, not a lot hitting the ground. we may be seeing a little bit of light drizzle. and over pacific cocandlestick. and i am -- over pacifica. and around p campbell, cupper teen he no. and -- cupertino and maybe, just maybe the grass is getting wet, which is a good thing. if you just washed your car, maybe not a good thing. here is the system. and there is more to come. we are not finished just yet. it is with us in the morning hours and that will leave us the opportunity. maybe a few sprinkles and that is generally through the morning hours and partly sunny. mostly cloudy. in and around parts of napa. and maybe clear lake because the system progresses to the east and looks like the central valley and west sections maybe with scattered showers and maybe thunderstorms in the afternoon. >> better storm to come and bring us a decent amount of rain and snow to the mountains. >> right now. 51 degrees in san rafael and in napa valley. if you are going to the farmer's market. it may be warm for what you like to see in the morning hours. >> 59 in san francisco. low 60s. for the peninsula the and if you go inland east bay. concord today and to the north bay. 63 in santa rosa and you are going to feel the difference there. mondays are try. temperatures slightly warmer. tuesday afternoon, here comes rain. and lingering with the possibility of showers on thursday. i will have a look at the future forecast model for you, coming up. >>> we are following breaking news from the united kingdom. this is the health of queen elizabeth. this is the first for the san mateo's sheriff's department. how can you ride around with deadly encounter from the comfort of your -- are deadly -- ride around with the deputies. >> this leads to the suspension of that second grader. why people are wondering if the school went too far >>> take you outside for a look at traffic on the golden gate bridge and you can see will is still a lot of people in the water. this is as you they the swim from alcatraz. and this is "mornings on 2". >>> welcome back. that is a look there. presentty of gray skies ahead. it looks like you can see rain trying to fall from the sky. it is virga and it is tough to see at this point. back to you. >>> breaking news now on queen elizabeth's health. we learned a short time ago, she was admitted to the hospital for a stomach infection. all trips are canceled until further notice. she had to cancel her trip to wales, she was going to participate in saint david's celebration yesterday and she will stay in the hospital for two days. it is the first time she has been hospitalized in 10 years. >>> new this morning, the dragon cargo capsule is safely docked. it hit a glitch yesterday after taking off from cape tan and a half al. they help them approach the space station and it took flight controlers several hours to gain control and save the mission. now the dragon will remain at the space station for most of the month. before returning to either. more than 700 homes have collapsed following a moderate earthquake. >> the 5.5 quake struck in the yunnan province. at least 20 people have been hurt. in addition to the 700 homes destroyed. another 2500 have within damaged. >>> people on board an united airlines jet are safe after landing in san francisco airport. it happened yesterday around 4:30. the pilot told controllers the airbus. 319 had a hydraulic problem. gas headed to sfo from vancouver. it was carrying 125 passengers and crew members. >>> a parasailer is in the hospital. this is near a pg&e sub station. authorities say the parasailer fell 50 feet to the ground. someone saw the accidents and immediately called 911. he was taken to the hospital. no word on his injuries. >>> two children are among the victims of a deadly crash. they are trying to figure out if a distracted driver caused the crash. >> yesterday, a tractor trailer rear ended a ford expedition which is carrying eight people. now, it burst into flames killing four adults. a 10-year-old and eight year old. >> they say the driver of the tractor trailer is cooperating with the investigation. >> he is telling us. that he saw the vehicle. and it was in front of him and he hit the brakes and he didn't hit them in time. >> now, police are trying to figure out why he didn't notice the expedition in time to stop. two other children who were in the car managed to escape. they are listed in critical condition. >>> democratic house leader nancy pelosi returned to the bay area to talk about the sequester. she spoke at a funds raiser for the national coalition of 100 black women. >> she said the sequester hit families the hardest because it hits funds for financial aid and financial programs like head start. >> they cut tens of thousands of positions in head start. >> when those kids can't go to head start, they will be home on their moms can't go to work. think of what that does to the family. >> they go to the won's group moment and training programs. >> they are hoping dianne feinstein hears their cries. the group is demand that she not move forward with john brennan as cia director and they want her to get doj memos where he was involved. ant activist group will be protesting from 10:00 a.m. until noon. >> gop convention comes to an end in sacramento. the weekend's convention focused on how they can sway lat attend no voters. >> -- latino voters. >> before the end of the year. they will most likely out number white voters. >> republicans need not capture a majority of latino votes. but we must do significantly better than we have. >> the convention wraps up today. with them electing a new chairman and vice-chairman for two terms. state democrats will hold their convention in sacramento next month >>> one of the country's most powerful republican is furious targeting his wife. mitch mcconnell is the senate republican leader. the group. disparaged his wife's ethnicity and they have twice apologized for the tweet which they vibed as inappropriate. we are learning more about the decision to stop yahoo employers from telecom muting. business insider, the move came after ceo marissa meyer checked the company's virtual private network blowings. they will use it to log into the network when they work from home. it shows employees were not logging in enough. that led to meyer's announcement last week that telecom pewter will end in june. they need a more collaborative community culture >>> ever wonder what your deputies are up to own a saturday night. there was a virtual ride along and detective rose enblat and smith took to it. and answered followers questions and documented stories of the night. >> it is all about a push to really interact with the community and show them that we are all on the same team. >> the more they know about the neighborhood and the people in the neighborhood. it is all for the better. >> now, you are looking at some tweets on the screen from last night's event. >> the virtual ride along lasted until midnight. why two new san jose firefighters will report to work this morning. they were hired after more than a year of station brownouts and layoffs and $8 million federal grant is paying for their salaries and benefits. ghts they also took a 10% cut to help with the new hires. >>> dozens of positions could be on the line. according to the times, they are cutting more than 46 full time positions at its annual budget meeting on wednesday. teachers must be notified by march 15th. last year. the board cut 115 positions as part of the deep budget cuts. now, reaction to a new state law banning public school fees. it prohibits them from charging fees for i'm tells and activities. it also bans requiring them to bring supplies to class. that might limit activities. supporters say, it is all going to level the playing field for low income families. >>> a 7-year-old boy was suspended after biting his breakfast pastry into a shape the teacher thought looked like gun. >> he is a second grader in baltimore. he said he was trying to bite his snack in the shape of a mountain. when his teachers saw his pastry. he was suddenly suspended for two days. >> it is already a rectangle. i just kept on biting it. and tore off the top of it the and it kind of looked like a gun but it wasn't. >> on friday, they sent the letter home explaining that a student used food to make inappropriate gestures. >> the father said he has adh. d and said his actions were innocent. >>> this is at a sacramento park. >> watch out for those guys. why some people think the aggressive geese are on the attack. >>> we are waking up to cloudy skies. cloudy showers. and how long i expect the light showers to last and what you can expect for the afternoon, coming up. >>> authorities in northern japan are investigating how a bullet train derailed. it had 130 pink passengers and crew on board. luckily no one was hurt. government officials are at the site looking into the cause. a heavy blizzard could have been a contributing factor. >> the iditarod race in downtown anchorage, they watched the start of the race. mushers are competing and each team is running with 12 to 16 dogs. it crosses 1,000 miles across alaska to the bering sea coast. > >>> some people in sacramento have come face to face with a pair of angry birds. check out the video. those birds live in the rose garden or near it at mckinley park. that guy was trying to take their picture. it is sometimes just walking by that gets their feathers all riled up. it adds to the problem. >> they get traumatized by dogs or teenagers. >> well, look. they are doing fine interest. >> they know what it is like to get squawked at. >> every time they go to a nearby pond, the other geese and ducks squawk and flap at them. >> they have been hanging out by the rose garden. >> maybe they want to be alone by themselves or if you have food. >> they are a little grumpy. >> everyone has a grumpy goose story. >> everyone does, i guess. rosemary and i do, right. >> have you tried to feed them out by the lakes, they can be pretty aggressive. they want the bread. >> maybe you are going in for bread. we have plenty of gray skies. the temperatures are mild with all the cloud cover and helped to insulate us in the overnight hours. >> tracking moisture within the clouds. take a look pore yourself. >> we are talking about this. and not really hitting the ground. we are so incredibly dry. maybe a little bit of drizzle there. and picking it up from time to time and it is near pacifica this morning. >> maybe around san jose. and malpeitas had a blob of grown. this is the morning hours and there is is a chance for a few sprinkles. we would call them nuisance showers. we will take anything. >> not expecting any accumulation. for the sierra, one or 2 inches of snow and now we are into tuesday morning. this is the system i have been waiting for. it is up in the northwest corner of california. >> by the afternoon. the time stamp said 5:00. and slides through in the evening hours. wednesday morning if the storm stays on track. the way it shows now. it could be a wet commute and most of the rain will be falling in the overnight hours. >> scattered showers thursday. here is the best news. by the weekend, we are dry. >> can you believe we are already going to spring forward next sunday. >> maybe a little bit of drizzle and mostly cloudy for the afternoon. by lunchtime, mid to upper 50s. cooler afternoon. >> upper 50s to low 60s today and be prepared for that. >> dry on monday. and temperatures are actually moving up just slightly. tuesday, wednesday, there comes the rain. back to you. >> new details surrounding the death of two santa cruz police officers. why their memorial was burglarized and how they could catch the person responsible. >> how people are reacting to the pope resigning and what they would like to see in the new leader of the church. >>> witnesses report hearing multiple shots. for the third time in 24 hours. a suspect is dead after a bay area officer opens fire. >>> it is sunday. march 3rd. i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. it is a developing story that we have been following for you. they shot at the suspect after the person backed his car into them. we are live at the scene where the area remains blocked off at the hour, alex >> reporter: it does remain a crime scene this morning. a hayward sergeant is on his way to brief us. right now. according to sources, one officer fired on this car that we are going to show you that is beyond the crime scene tape. >> it was trying to ram an officer this morning. >> the shooting itself took place a couple of blocks away from here and the car crashed at the intersection of d street and foot hill boulevard. you can see a body remains here at the scene. now, we don't know if the person died of gunshot wound. but there was another passenger inside the car. the second person, we saw them being transported to the hospital. their injuries are unclear. >> this police shooting happened around 3:00 and it was on the 700 block of fletcher lane. an officer trying to make a traffic stop on a suspicious car. it backed up into the officer and that's when the officer opened fire. >> she told me she heard the gunfire. >> between three. 3:30 this morning. there were five gunshots that went off. >> my son had heard some argument. and then he heard five shots. that woke me up and two cars sped off. >> that's all we know. >> you can hear the gunshot and at this point. i will told police are not looking for anyone else in the outstanding suspects in connection with the situation. >> we will come back out here live. you can see, it remains a very large and active crime scene and remain as such as they continue to investigate the officer involved shooting. we do expect to get more information on what took place and what led up to the shooting. a sergeant is is on the way to the scene. we will get you updates. we are live. alex savidge. channel 2 news >>> a 53-year-old man is pacing charges for stealing from a memorial for the two santa cruz police officers killed last week. a woman reported seeing a man take a large bouquet of flowers and get into the take. the police and woman followed the taxi. the man is identify as ken effect mcvay and he was booked for public intoxication and destroying a memorial >>> santa cruz police did he say covered this memorial. a teddy bear with a purple heart. it is for the sacrifice. above and beyond the call of duty. when one loses the life for the protection of others. it is left by an unknown veteran or member of the military. they said they are storying it for the officer's families. >> this is scheduled for march 7th at noon. it is held at the hp pavilion to handle the thousands of people expected to attend. they are going to cover the service live. we are going to stream the service live on ktvu.com. >>> well, it was santa clara's biggest gun buy back. they collected more than 1100 firearms. most were handguns and rifles. they were exchanged for $100 each. some were handed $200. when they handed in more assault weapons. >> these are good to get off the street. they will take a high capacity magazine. >> sheriff's officials say they handed out $114,000 during the buy back. they didn't run out of money and extend the hours of the event and it was paid for by public funds by the county. >>> sol ran no county is getting ready -- solano county is getting ready for its buy back in vallejo. >> $200 is going to be given out for each handgun and rifle. >>> -- $100 for each weapon >>> sunday services are taking place today in vatican city. the college of cardinals will meet daily starting tomorrow and during those meetings. they will set a date for the conclave. the secret election for the new pope. >>> papal around overlooking the scare will remain sealed until a new pope is appointed. >> 46% of u.s. catholics wants some sort of change within the church. changes include modernizing the church. toughening the assistance against sexual abuse. allowing priests to marry and allowing women into the priesthood. >> it is handed down now for 2,000 years. >> i don't know if it is a game changer or modern approach to how we bring the faith to the modern world. >>> the poll finds catholics are concerned about the direction of the church and how it will recover from certain scandals as well as internal divisions. >>> a clean up crew is moving into a homeless encampment in san jose. a warning is going to be delivered to people living on spring street near the international airport. the city plans to start cleaning outs the encampment and it will include removing trash and debris and all belongings for 90 days. >> in overnight news. they are investigating the deadly accident involving a pedestrian. >> it is reported right after the state highway. >> the victim appears to and mail pedestrian. not clear why he was walking on the highway. >> that incident is still under investigation. >> the fire in here took the life of a man. they found vow vokel on the ground outside on west grant street. he had second and third degree burns over most of his body. he was transported to uc davis center in sacramento where he rater died. they think the fire started in the kitchen >>> the large wildfire in southern california is now out. but now, the search begins to figure out what caused it. >> it started in the valley and burned more than 300 acres. the crews remained there to make sure there were no player ups. people were evacuated from their homes. one rv was destroyed. and a home badly damaged. and looking to whether flying ember he is may have sparked it. >> fast moving wildfire continues to burn near daytona beach, florida. >> it prompted the evacuations of more than 300 homes. late last night. people were allowed to return back home. the fire is now 75% contained. but low winds. and high humidity remain a concern. >> it is 8:37. >> we are talking about the triathlon and we have our own photojournalist. jeff is in 19th place in the 25 to 29 age group after the swim that took him, the swim. 40 minutes and 33 seconds. >> to swim from alcatraz to >> pretty awesome. rosemary, it is good he is out of the water. >> that is the relief. you are done. >> awesome and incredibly brave. >> my goodness. >> i like boats. >> cool out there. >> i don't know about diving in the water. >> from alcatraz. >>> outdoors, trackinging the radar and bringing -- tracking the area. and bringing moisture to the ground. we see it on the radar. is it making it to the ryan bucket. probably not. over -- rain buck. >> it is a little bit of blue sky. >> mostly cloudy skies. turning partly sunny and partly cloudy. and we will check out whether we are seeing little bit of drizzle to stream across the bay area. and out over the pacific and right around half moon bay. perhaps we are seeing light showers. and from kelly. avenue south into here. and this will continue to move through as we progress into the next 15 minutes or so. i want to back it up a little wit and in the sierra, it looks good and caltrans not screening yet and higher elevation is starting to pick up. >> one or 2 inches of snow. meanwhile, here at home. it is a relatively mild start. >> widespread 50s. removed the radar to show you all the cloud cover. insulate us and the air is moister and that helps to keep the temperatures up. what can we expect for today. >> perhaps a few spotty showers and partly cloudy. and just a very slight chance at maybe a residual are shower into the afternoon. it may be in areas near napa. and clear lake pore the afternoon. and because as the system moves through for the second half of the day and the central valley will pick up. >> here we go. >> we look at your afternoon highs. >> in berkeley. >> 59 in such. and notably cooler. for most of us. this is going to be the big story for the afternoon. >> 62 san jose. >> morgan hill. and 63 degrees in santa cruz. and we managed to go back to the parts of the north bay and even with the cloud cover. and felt good for most of the afternoon. >> little cool towards the end. it is mostly cloudy skies. and turning partly cloudy. and it will be slightly warmer for monday. >> tuesday morning. into wednesday. and bring us some rain. and last into thursday. >> also snow to the mountains. >> upper 50s. to the low 60s. back to the desk. >> if you are getting ready. be prepared for a live look at interstate 80 in king vale >> the roads are wet and headlight are on. >> weak storm is expected to move across the mountains. and bringing an inch or two. >> and bigger storm expected as rosemary told us. tuesday through friday and more snow headed up there. >> that is welcome news after the latest snow survey shows we experience the driest. january and february on record. well the effort to keep lake tahoe blue seems to be working. >> last year's average annual clarity depth was reported at 73.5 feet. which is a 11-foot improvement which is the worse recorded depth in 1977. now, the reading is taken by determining the depth at which a white disk can be seen from the surface of the water. experts credit an environmental improvement program for keeping the lake clean and clear. >> people will have to pay near at&t ballpark. >> week day rates. >> 5 cents. until 10:00 p.m. >> price also increase game days. and meter parking will cost five to $7 an hour. >> it is part of the park program and experiments that whether they are testing for more t and it will reduce congestion. >> well, putting an end to red light cameras. >> we 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discovery will run the story of kristin mart smart. she attended cal poly and her family said she was last seen at a friend's birthday party. they hope it will provide them with answers >>> friends and family of an oakland couple thought to be missing in peru are getting reassurance. >> as video posted line at thursday shows they are happy and healthy. they were out of contact for about a month. and in the amazon. and tampa triggered a search by the u.s. state department. it surfaced early last week and so far no word on when they will actually return to the bay area. >> secretary of state john kerry is is urging uniform -- unity in egypt s he is wrapping up his trip meeting with morsi and other opposition leaders. he said they must resolve their issues to get egypt's economy back on track. >> it is paramount. urn gent. essential, that the egyptian economy get stronger. and it gets back on its feet. the u.s. is concerned that the instability in egypt will have broader consequences in a region already rocked by unrest. security forces are raising concerns about upcoming parliament tier elections. >> a gun hop is facing criticism because of the posters hanging in the front being window. >> it calls hill the firearm saleman of the year. but it is posted next to others of adolph hitler. and joseph stalin. people in that area say that is disrespectful. the shop's owner said the store fronts are two separate messages. he isn't saying anything negative about the president. >> comparing barack obama to the three terrible people. >> that is not good. >> it is disrespectful to the president. >> think we are complimenting him. >> the owner of the shops said sales have increased. he doesn't think the president is a kick tate tore but he is going against the constitution >>> the future after southern california nuclear power plant is unclear. bringing the statute's energy use into question. it is more than a year since the small leak of radioactive gas forces shut down of the nuclear plants. now, they are questioning what to do with it. the fate of the plant will affect future energy use in the state with regulators trying to figure out how what to do about the lost power >>> according to the santa rosa press democrat, they are proposing a 5% increase to cities in water districts. individual households are facing a 2.1% increase. added revenue would go to planned up grades to the system. if approved, the increase would kick in on july 1st. >> red light camera days could be over for three bay area cities. hayward, redwood city and san rafael are considering ending their red light programs. this is under fire of accusations of a $2 million scheme. they are happy with the cameras and plan on keeping them. a nonprofit group is give ago prize to anyone who saves $50 in an of savings bond can qualify for a $25,000 reward from the doorways to dream fund. it is part of the mission to encourage financial security and opportunities of low and moderate income consumeers. >> you can go to our website for more information on how to register. >>> well, the music festival is looking for volunteers to put on the big event. there is a big perk to donated time. they will receive one free day pass to the event of $200. as many as 700 volunteers will be needed for the five day festival. event volunteer will work. two, five to six hours shift on the website. >> again at ktvu,.com. >>> the san jose earthquakes are getting ready to kick off the new season. what they hope to accomplish in the last season at the current stadium >>> outside the door, we have mostly cloudy skies and a few patches of drizzle as well as spotty showers. how long i expect those to last and what you expect temperature use, coming up -- temperature wise, coming up. >>> the mayor announced there a widespread loss of water. and it is issued for a section of the city until further notice and it is not clear what is causing the problem. >> look at the mess yesterday morning. cars were bumper to bumper and those aren't going anywhere. >> two lanes were open and traffic just inched forwards. weekend construction caused the traffic jam and they are working to move the center median and it is all part of a $1 billion project to reconstruct the freeway. all lanes are rescheduled by tomorrow morning. >> nascar is looking at the placement of gates after a crash in daytona last week and injured two dozen fans. they were hurt when a piece ripped through a fence. >> two fans are still in the hospital. >> that crash has forced nascar to take a closer look at safety. specifically fencing around the tracks. >> it is running in phoenix today and watch the race right here at 11:30 this morning >> randy moss said he is leaving the 49ers. last night he tweeted a message saying wished we could have finished the job. good luck in the future. niners. >> jim harbaugh said he wanted to have moss back. they said he is gone after one season. he caught three touchdowns for the niners and new orleans saint resist interested in signing him >>> a woman is trying to make history today. kicker lauren silverman has a tryout for nfl scouts at the new york jets training facility. she said she is prepared and realistic with her chances and goal it today is to kick a 60-yard field goal. good luck to you lauren. >> 8:55. we are talking about how much we need the rain and we could be getting some. rosemary is watching that for us. >> not a lot. >> we have got great skies. and beginning to see sunshine poke through. for the afternoon. partly cloudy. notably cooler for the afternoon as well. >> how about a look at storm tracker two. it is really defend ankling. little bit more and had the show earlier. but at this point. calling for just is the slight possibility of a passing light shower and mostly cloudy skies turning partly cloudy for the second half of your sunday. all the clouds overhead and moist air in place. we are warming for two to 4 degrees. temperatures are in the low to mid-50s right now as we get into the lunchtime. 60 degrees and then for the afternoon. we will remain in the upper 50s. to low 60s. 61 oakland. 69 san francisco. and 69 mountain view. 63 in concord. slight chance for maybe a shower. especially over the hills for the afternoon. unstable air will begin to develop by the second half of the day. and for most of us. we are talking partly cloudy. partly sunny and overall, not too bad. mix of sun and cloud. a and start out with fog in the morning. >> low 60s for the afternoon and then tuesday. increasing clouds. and temperatures will continue to cool as we get into tuesday, wednesday, thursday. rain on the way. >> by tuesday afternoon. lasting on wednesday. and slight chance can we will remain on thursday. back to you. >> thanks, rosemary. after a slump, the sharks are back with a win. they took on the nashville predators and dan boyle stars of starts on the power play goal and the they go empty net and are unable to get a quality shot off. and for the win. and it is the second regulation for the past 15 days. >> san jose earthquakes start the season tonight. it is a tough match up. the team will take on real salt lake. that is the western conference from last year. the start of this season marks the last of the team at the stadium. next year, they are going to play at a new facility in san jose which is understand construction right now. >> learning more about why yahoo ceo doesn't want employees working at home. what she uncovered in the logs and why some weren't putting in enough hours. >> we look at the top spring destinations and lets you know where police are going to step up the enforcement to keep the party goers safe. >> now that home being torn to pieces. we'll let you know what investigators are hoping to find. >> and it started out as a race from alcatraz. the event happening right now all across the streets from san francisco. >> good mornings, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2. i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. we have been watching the changes in our weather looking for possible rain. rosemary is telling us how the day will shape up this sunday. >> we're even picking up a few scattered showers around the bay area at this hour. doppler radar giving you this, but again the big deal here is going to be the cool-down. even though we're mostly cloudy, even though we have a little moisture in the air and a slight chance for a passing shower, our air is so incredibly dry, temperatures notable cool they are afternoon, five to 10 degrees over what we saw yesterday -- or under what we saw yesterday. in the extended forecast, claudine mentioned we have rain and decent snow on the way. i'll break it down coming up. >>> embracing news this morning out of solano county. c.h.p. is investigating a deadly crash on enter at a time 80 near the manuel campos parkway off ramp in the fairfield area. a car slammed into a tree around 8:00 this morning. the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. >>> we're also following developing news this morning from hayward. for the third time in 24 hours, a suspect is dead after a bay area police officer opened fire. ktvu's alex savage is live at the scene where moments ago he talked to police. alex, what have you learned? >> reporter: i just talked with a sergeant with hayward police just a few minutes ago and he confirmed to me that an officer opened fire on a man early this morning, and did, in fact, kill that man. i want to show you exactly the scene we have been showing you here all morning long. you can see investigators are trying to piece things together searching this car. the officer opened fire on that car early this morning, as it came speeding toward him. and we actually just learned the officer had a civilian ride- along with him this morning when the shooting happened, although neither the officer or that civilian were hurt. after the shooting, the car then sped off, and this is where it ended up, after a crash. this is the intersection of d street and foothill boulevard. the shooting, though, actually took place a few blocks away. it happened around 3:00 this morning, on the 700 block of fletcher lane. now that's where this officer, who had the ride-along with him, tried to make a traffic stop on this car that he believed was suspicious. but for whatever reason, that car sped off, turned around, and the driver then intentionally tried to run down the officer. fearing for his safety, he opened fire, hitting the passenger. >> an officer was conducting an investigative stop. it was on fletcher lane, about a half mile from here. and during that stop, the driver fled intentionally, made several movements to intentionally drive at the officer. >> reporter: now after crashing, the driver inside that car, who was not hit by gun fire, hopped out and ran off. but officers moved in quickly and they were able to take that man into custody. and i am told right now he is being questioned by investigators. at this point, i asked the sergeant why they think this driver intentionally was trying to hit the officer this morning. he told me they had really no clear motive for the crime. we'll bring you back out here to a live picture, you can see this is a lengthy investigation that has been going since 3:00 this morning. they will probably be out here for several more hours this morning. the body of the passenger who was shot and killed by an officer remains still here on this scene. a lot more investigative work for hayward police to do. we'll remain on scene and give you any further updates as we get them. for now live in hayward this morning, alex savage, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> san jose police shot and killed a suspect after a wild chase on highway 85 that went through city streets. [ sirens ] >> two san jose officers gunned down the man yesterday afternoon after a 20-minute pursuit. you're seeing some of that video now. investigators say the 25-year- old suspect first got their attention after he was driving around erratically. officers pursued him, but then they backed off because they said it behaved too dangerous to follow him into a residential neighborhood. however, a second pursuit got under way when that suspect was spotted again. officers say he pointed a gun at them and threw items out of his speeding car which included baseball bats and a woman's purse. authorities say he drove around with a blown-out tire as well, and also rammed three police cars. >> i saw the guy laying on the ground, so -- and there was like 30, 40 cop cars out there. >> the officers who fired the shots are described by police as veterans and as standard procedure, they have been placed on administrative leave. >>> now, hours earlier, a daly city police officer shot and killed a man who police say was a stolen car suspect. as we first reported here yesterday on mornings on 2, daly city police pursued the suspect into san francisco, into the area around candlestick park. and we are now learning that the passenger surrendered immediately, but the driver jumped out and ran with the gun. investigators say he pointed the weapon at both san francisco and daly city police officers, and that is when a daly city officer shot and killed him. >>> in overnight news, a vehicle full of teenagers crashed in oakland while on the run from chp. the pursuit began around 1:00 this morning. officers say they tried to pull over the car because they suspected the driver was drunk. the vehicle eventually plowed right into that fence at west grande avenue and campbell street. there were five teens inside that car. police say injures ranged from minor to serious. >>> residents of a retirement community were ordered to shelter in place during an overnight fire. i began just before 10:30 at wesley manor near the intersection of winchester boulevard and hamilton avenue in campbell. wesley manor provides affordable housing to seniors. the fire started on the 12th floor. residents on that floor were evacuated, but everyone else was told to stay inside their apartments. there are no reports of any injuries. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. >>> more than two dozen new san jose firefighters will report for duty for the first time this morning. the 31 new firefighters were hired after morning a year of station brown-outs and layoffs. an $8 million federal grant is paying for their salaries and benefits, but firefighters also took a 10% salary cut to help the department make those new hires. >>> this morning, a demolition crew knocked down the home sitting on top of a massive sinkhole in florida. a dangerous situation has also forced rescuers to call off the search for a man swallowed by that sinkhole. the work began early this morning on that home. we showed you live pictures earlier on mornings on 2. crews are estimating that the sinkhole is at least 30 feet by 30 feet. yesterday, firefighters gave the families of two nearby homes less than an hour to gather their plongings and evacuate. jeremy bush, whose brother jeffrey was swallowed by the sinkhole, still shocked by everything that happened. >> it's like i'm still sleeping. it's not real. who would ever think that you would get up and run to your brother's room, and find a big hole in the floor, and your brother down in the hole. >> crews say the ground is just too unstable to try to recover the body of jeffrey bush. he was swallowed by that hole when it opened up underneath his bedroom on thursday night. crews are hoping that the demolition of that house will give them a better idea of the situation in front of them. >>> the world's best try athletes are taking part in the escape from alcatraz triathelon right now. this video of swimmers jumping off the boat near the rocks and making their way towards san francisco. by if way, rosemary says that water is a chilly 51 degrees. 2000 people are competing this morning. and want to show you a look at what's ahead of them. after that 1.5 mile swim from alcatraz, they are now biking 18 miles, as they race to golden gate park and back to the water front. they will finish it all with an eight mile run that loops through the presidio and back to the finish at the marina green. >>> and along the marina green this morning, partly sunny skies giving you a live look into san francisco. covered here a bit by low cloud cover. high clouds overhead. the high clouds packing a little bit of moisture. haven't really seen a whole lot hit the ground, but perhaps a little bit of spotty drizzle still in store for the morning hours. here is a look at the pacific satellite view. we have snow beginning to develop over the mountains, a little bit of light snow falling and in the highest elevations expected to pick up anywhere from an inch to two inches of fresh powder. the system here, moving through very weak, but again bringing us a little bit of moisture here. we have been really, really dry, and that's the reason why a lot of this not necessarily making it all the way down to the ground. experiencing a lot of verga. that means again evaporating before it hits here at the surface. picking up just a few scattered showers along the peninsula, along the hills, we'll see a good bet, maybe at maybe a sprinkle or two for the afternoon. most of us are going to remain mostly dry and if you did get a little bit of rain this morning, maybe a little bit of foggy drizzle, consider yourself a lucky one. we turned off the radar or i did, to show you the cloud cover still in place. we will be partly cloudy for the afternoon. the winds have been generally light, but i am seeing a pretty good breeze through fairfield, 20 miles per hour, reported for you, and it's been a little breezy all morning long. over the hills a little gusty, as well. because of the cloud cover, because of the moist air in place, our temperature is slightly warmer than where we were yesterday. 60 degrees right now in antioc, 56 in napa, 52 san francisco. 54 in hayward, mid 50s san jose. but bee hind this system, cooler air pulling in and with the clouds overhead, we'll see the flip side of what happens in the afternoon, with temperatures a lot cooler than what we had yesterday. 62 in navarro today, 60 for berkeley, 61 in oakland. upper 50s for san francisco, 61 in hayward. low 60s in concord, down into the santa clara valley, 62 san jose, 62 los gatos. 60 expected in santa cruz. for the extended forecast, so mostly cloudy, turning partly cloudy for the afternoon. we'll leave in an outside chance, maybe a few sprinkles over the hills today, maybe the northeast corner of our area. napa maybe into clear lake for the afternoon. outside of that mostly dry and cool. monday off to a cloudy start with a bit of residual moisture in place. fog definitely going to be a possibility through the morning hours, and then into the afternoon. partly cloudy skies, slightly warmer. tuesday afternoon increasing clouds and a system that will bring us a good amount of rain, and some decent snow to the mountains. it's going to linger into wednesday, as well as thursday. and our afternoon highs will be cool as well. i will show you the very latest on that rain forecast model coming up. >>> well, after a shaky start to the dragging cargo capsule, it's now docked at the international space station. that resupply mission ran into a glitch yesterday after it took off from cape canavarel. several thrusters failed and it took flight controllers several hours to get control and salvage that flight. the dragon is delivering a ton of goods including food and research experiments created by some bay area high school students. it is going to remain at the space station until the end of the month. >>> workers for one of the largest taxicab companies in las vegas went on strike early this morning. union officials say drivers for yellow checker star transportation walked off the job just after midnight. they're upset because the taxi company implemented a contract rejected by 70% of union members. it is reported about 400 cab drivers have now turned off their engines and picketing is under way. >>> well, the queen has had a health scare overnight. why she was rushed to the hospital and why she is now cancelling a trip to rome. >> and a warning for college students getting ready to head to cancun for spring break. why the area is now being beefed up by police and military. >> but first, let's take you outside for a look at the mack maze. a great place to watch because it shows traffic in several directions, the city, into the east bay and it looks good at this hour. no major problems across the bay area. it's 9:13 on the clock, and you are watching mornings on 2. ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] 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the queen is expected to stay in the hospital for at least two days. officials say it is the first time she has been hospitalized in 10 years. >>> more than 700 homes have collapsed in china, following a moderate earthquake. the magnitude 5.5 quake struck in the yunon province. no deaths have been reported but a news agency says at least 20 people are hurt. in addition to the seven homes destroyed 2500 more are damaged. >>> authoritying in northern japan are investigating how a bullet train derailed yesterday afternoon. the train had 130 passengers and crew on board when the accident happened. no one was hurt. government officials are currently at the site this morning investigating. they say a heavy blizzard could have been a contributing factor. >>> democratic house leader nancy pelosi was in the bay area this weekend to talk to voters about the sequester. pelosi spoke at a fund-raiser for the san francisco chapter of the national coalition of 100 black women. he said the sequester hits families the hardest because it cuts funds for financial aid and education programs like head start. >> they'll cut 10s of thousands of positions in head start. when those kids can't go to head start, they'll be home, their moms will not be able to go to work. think of what that does to the family. >> proceeds from the fund- raiser go to the women's group employment and training programs. >>> well, it is the last day of the g.o.p. convention that is being held in sacramento. one key strategy is taking center stage for republicans. yesterday's speakers included former bush staffers, karl rove and ruben borales. both spoke about spreading the party message to a more diverse audience. borales says before the end of the year latino voters will most likely outnumber white voters. >> republicans may not need to capture a majority of latino votes, but we must do significantly better than we have. >> the spring convention wraps up today with delegates electing a new chairman and vice chairman for two terms. state democrats will hold their convention in sacramento next month. >>> one of the country's most powerful republicans is furious about an online post targeting his wife. kentucky senator mitch mcconnell is the senate republican leader. the group progress kentucky tweeted a dispassengerring remark about the ethnicity of his wife former labor secretary elaine choi. the group has twice apologized for the tweet which it described as quote inappropriate. >>> we're getting more information about yahoo's decision to end employee telecommuting. according to the website marissa meyer checked the company's virtual private network logs. that is the program employees use to log into yahoo's network and work from home. apparently, it showed that employees were not logging in enough. this led to myers' announcement last week that telecommuting will end in june. she says yahoo needs a more collaborative company culture. >> with spring break just around the corner, many people are looking for a get away. this year it's not going to come cheap. travel industry experts say it will cost you about $372 round trip this year for an airline ticket. that is 9% higher than last year. and when you tack on hotel and food, it can all get very pricey. orbits.com has just released their top 10 destinations for spring break. they include four florida cities including orlando and miami. the list also includes las vegas, cancun, new york, and los angeles. >>> a warning is being sent out to the thousands of college students expected to head to cancun for spring break. officials say they are going to step up patrols, so there will be more marines, soldiers and police watching the area's bars and hotels. they are hoping to keep party goers safe and crack down on those causing trouble. as many as 43,000 college students are expected to travel to that area this spring break. >>> they're closing until jun 30th to protect harbor seals pmpg drake's is a largest aware in marin county. it's popular for kayakers, wind surfer, and divers. harbor seals gather within the area, and it's home to the largest breeding colony of harbor seals in the state. experts say visitors should say at least 100 yards away from the seals if they encounter them. the closure is meant to minimize the chance of people coming into contact with the seals. >>> hundreds of delegates from 177 countries will meet in bangkok, thailand today to discuss trade protection for five species of sharks, specifically the ones hunted for their fins. a recent study shows 100 million sharks die each year from overfishing, pushing some species to extinction. sharks are fished for their meat, liver oil, cartilage and valuable fins. >>> it's 9:21. big cuts could be on the way for the vallejo school district. just how many jobs are on the line and when teachers could be notified. >> clouds and moisture associated with the weak system streaming over the bay area at this hour. what you can expect for your 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[ traffic passing ] ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke... and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ] >>> the legendary iditerod race is under way in alaska. yesterday thousands gathered in downtown anchorage to watch the start of that race. this year, 66 mushers are competing, and each team is running with 12 to 16 dogs. this race lasts for a while, because it crosses nearly 1000 miles. goes across alaska to the bering sea coast. last year's winner made it in nine days, 7 hours and 29 minutes. >>> more than 100 people on board a united airlines jet are safe after an emergency landing at san francisco international airport. it happened yesterday afternoon around 4:30. an airport duty manager says the pilot told controllers the air bus 319 had a hydraulic problem. the plane was headed to s.f.o. from vancouver. that flight was carrying 102 passengers and 5 crew members. >>> ever wondered what your neighborhood sheriff deputies are up to on a saturday night? last night some people found out during a virtual ride along in san carlos. san mateo county sheriff's detective remember bah rosenblatt and deputy colin smith took to facebook and twitter for the virtual ride along. they posted pictures, answered questions and documented stories of the night. >> it's all about a push to really interact with the community, and show them that we're all on the same team >> the more they know about the neighborhood and the people in the neighborhood, it's all for the better. >> and these here are some of the tweets from last night's event. the virtual ride along lasted until midnight. >>> dozens of teaching positions could be on the line in vallejo. according to the times herald, the school board will consider cutting more than 46 full-time positions at its annual budget meeting on wednesday. teachers have to be notified about possible layoffs by march 15th. last year the board cut 115 positions as part of deep budget cuts. >> a new state law banning public school fees is causing a lot of confusion. that law prohibits schools from charging fees for classroom items and activities. schools are also prohibited from requiring students to bring certain materials to class. so, now schools and teachers are trying to raise money for field trips and school supplies, and they say that's exactly what the law allows. supporters of the law say it will make it easier for low income families. >>> in the wake of nc2a sanctions, st. mary's won a critical basketball game last night. they won 80-57, notching the team's 26th wi of the season. matt deladova became the school's all time leading scorer. st. mary's is looking for another n.c.a.a. tournament bid. on friday they were put on four years probation for recruiting violations. >>> it's 9:26. let's head back to rosemary for a look at how the day is shaping up. outdoor plans, still looks pretty good? >> yes. not enough rain to ruin any plans. this morning when i walked in, radar was lit up, but you know, in the overnight hours, our temperatures begin to sink down to their dew points, we have a little bit of extra moisture, maybe a little bit of lift, and then we definitely see that possibility of light scattered showers. we didn't see a whole lot earlier this morning, and look at storm tracker now. it's barely giving me anything. if i zoom in closer along the peninsula, perhaps along 280, maybe a few sprinkles falling there but not a whole lot. we have been so incredibly dry it's really hard to make it to the ground. fast forward into tuesday, though, because this is when we will see a good system move through. as we spent the morning, partly cloudy skies, the rain still to the north, by the afternoon, it's sliding into the north bay. by nine, 10:00 it's into the central and south bay. and then while we sleep it will continue to pass through. we wake up wednesday morning with scattered showers. so the wednesday morning commute may be a little wet. anywhere from a quarter to half inch of rain. maybe up to an inch of rain if we get lucky. and the snow for the mountains will be anywhere from half foot to a foot. we're looking forward to this. meanwhile for today by the afternoon, a mix of sun and clouds. outside chance at maybe a few sprinkles, breezy at times but the afternoon highs notable cooler. low 60s, partly cloudy tomorrow. the rain moves in again tuesday afternoon. back to you. >>> it's the first sunday since the pope resigned. what a new poll says catholics want to happen within the church and what they are most concerned about. >> and a hayward police officer shoots and kills a man following a traffic stop. we'll tell you about the latest on this investigation, and exactly what led up to the gun fire. 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[ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> welcome to mornings on 2. it's sunday, march 3. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. crime technicians are at the scene of the latest officer- involved shooting in the bay area, the fourth since thursday. hayward police say it all began with the suspect allegedly backing his car into them. alex savage is live at d street and foothill boulevard, where alex just wrapped up an interview with police. >> police are confirming to us that a hayward police officer shot and killed a man who was a passenger inside this car, that we want to show you that is still within this crime scene, still a very active crime scene out here at d street and foothill boulevard. a sergeant told me this car ran from a traffic stop and then came speeding toward the officer, who then opened fire. and we also just found out that officer actually had a civilian ride-along with him when the shooting happened. although neither the officer or that civilian were hurt. after the shooting, the car then sped off, and it crashed at this intersection a few blocks away, but the shooting was nearby on flesher lane. it happened about 3:00 this morning on the 700 block of fletcher. that's when an officer tried to make this traffic stop on a car that he believed was suspicious. the car then sped up and police say the driver intentionally tried to run down the officer. he feared for his safety and then opened fire, hitting the passenger. >> the officer responded to a threat, and you know, what could have happened differently is that the -- you know, the driver could have complied. and you know, followed the -- the directive of the officer, and not tried to run them over. >> reporter: now, the driver actually ran off after the crash, but officers moved in quickly and took that man into custody. he's now being questioned, and investigators are really trying to talk with him and get a better sense of exactly why he tried to run down this police officer and the civilian ride along in the first place. bringing you back out here to a live picture, this is d street and foothill boulevard that is still a very active crime scene. this entire intersection blocked off, and it will be blocked off maybe for some time more this morning, as you can see, an active investigation, the coroner is here on scene, they'll be removing the body, and a lot more investigative work to do but still an active crime scene in hayward this morning after an officer- involved shooting. live in hayward, alex savage, ktvu. >>> santa cruz police say a man is facing charges for stealing from a growing memorial to the two police detectives killed last week. on friday, santa cruz police say a woman reported seeing a man take a large bouquet of flors from that memorial and get into a taxi. police and the woman followed that taxi, and they did recover those flowers. the man has been identified as 53-year-old kenneth mcfay. he was booked for vandalizing a law enforcement memorial and for public intoxication. >>> the outpouring of support for the officers has been constant and touching. on thursday, santa cruz police discovered that teddy bear at a memorial for detectives. on its chest you can see there is a purple heart. also a note that read purple heart is for the sacrifice above and beyond the call of duty when one loses their life for the protection of others. it is believed that it was left by a veteran or member of the military. police are storing it for the officers' families. >>> the memorial for the two officers is scheduled for thursday, march 7th at noon. it's held at san jose's h.p. pavilion to handle the thousands that are expected to attend. and ktvu will be covering that service live. our coverage will start at 11:00 in the morning, and we are also going to stream the service on ktvu.com. >>> it was santa clara county's biggest gun buy-back event ever. the sheriff's office says it collected more than 1100 firearms. most of those weapons turned in were handguns and rifles. they were exchanged for $100 each, but some focus also turned in several assault weapons, and they were given $200 per weapon. >> all of these weapons are good to get off the street. these are exceptionally -- because they'll take a high- capacity magazine. >> sheriff officials say the department handed out $114,000 during the buy-back and they did not run out of money and even extended the hours of the event. the buy-back was paid for by public funds from the county. >>> meantime, solano county is getting ready for its first ever gun buy-back event. that's scheduled for next saturday, march 9s from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. it will be held at the solano county fairgrounds in vallejo. and similar to santa clara county, $100 will be handed out for each handgun, shotgun and rifle. $200 for assault weapons. >>> today is the first sunday at the vatican since pope benedict xvi's resignation. sunday's services are taking place today in vatican city. the college of cardinals will meet daily starting tomorrow. in those meltings they will set the date for the conclave, the secret election for the new pope. the papal apartment will remain sealed until a new pope is elected. >>> a pugh research poll finds 46% of u.s. catholics want some change within the church. changes include modernizing the church, tough ening its stance against sex abuse. allowing priests to marry and bringing women into the priesthood. >> the word catholic itself means universal. it's been handed down for now almost 2000 years. i don't know so much as a game changer as someone who is going to continue a modern approach of how we bring the faith to a modern world. >> the poll also finds catholics are concerned about the direction of the church and how it will recover from certain schedule scandals, as well as internal divisions. >>>a homeless encampment is about to get under way for a cleaning of that encampment in san jose. tomorrow people who live on spring street near the airport will be given a warning. then 72 hours later, the city plans to start cleaning out the encampment. that will include removing trash and debris. and taking down any structures. they will also be storing property and belongings for 90 days. >>> meanwhile police are investigating an overnight stabbing. that happened just before midnight near the long house restaurant on monterey street. police say a 36-year-old man was found with stab wounds to his back. they say he had gotten into a fight with three men, one of those men has been arrested. police are still searching for the other two involved. the victim was air lifted to a nearby trauma center. >>>a house fire in hillsberg took life of a 34-year-old man. firefighters found troy vokel on the ground outside his home on west grand street just after 9:00 yesterday morning. they said he had second and third degree burns all over his body and was flown to u.c. davis medical center where he later died. investigators say they think the fire started in the kitchen. >>>a wildfire in southern california is now out, but now the search begins to figure out what caused it. that fire started thursday in the 4á678 arupa valley and burned more than 300 acres. crews remained at the scene overnight to make sure there were no flare-up. at the peak of the fire thousands were evacuated from their homes. one rv was destroyed and a home was badly damaged. crews are looking into whether flying embers may have sparked it. >>>a fast-moving wildfire continues to burn near daytona beach, florida. the 1000 acre fire started there yesterday afternoon, prompting the evacuations of more than 300 residents. late last night, people were allowed to return back home. that fire is now 75% contained, but high winds and low humidity remain a concern. >>> partly cloudy cool conditions in store for your afternoon. this morning, we're waking up with partly sunny, mostly cloudy conditions, even a slight chance that maybe a few sprinkles. outside and around san francisco, a mix of clouds out there. the moisture has been pulling in and the overnight hours continues at this hour. we're not in the clear just yet, although the rain has really tapered off in the last couple of hours. a little drizzle reported at times, a few pockets of rain. overall, not much. seeing just a few scattered showers here along highway 92. over the hills, and this is where we will have our best chance at remaining with the slight chance of scattered showers through the hills today, seeing a little bit of sunshine out there, and that solar heating helps to destablize our air, and so pop- up showers will be a possibility as well. but again, generally it will remain over the hills. the rest of us will be partly cloudy, dry, notable cooler, behind this system. the cooler air will drive our temperatures down. i'll show you those in just a moment. over the sierra, picking up snow this morning. and the highest elevations expected to pick up an inch or two. not a lot but we'll take it. here we are with mostly cloudy skies this morning. by the afternoon, notice over parts of the east end of the areas, right looks like maybe fairfield, maybe davis, maybe just east of clear lake, a few pop-up showers here, but mainly for the central valley, into the afternoon. again, the bay area remains mainly dry. over the santa cruz mountains, may see a few sprinkles for today. into the evening hours, we will clear out by tomorrow morning, with the residual moisture in place from today. you can expect to start out with partly to mostly cloudy skies and maybe some fog getting back to work on monday. i know we don't want to think about monday just yet but i wanted to point it out. tuesday, here comes the wet system that will bring us a good amount of rain. to the north bay by five, 6:00 in the afternoon on tuesday. 8, 9:00 it's moving into the central bay down to the south bay by 10:00. we're sleeping, it's still raining as we get up for work on wednesday morning, perhaps wet roadways, scattered showers remaining in the forecast for wednesday morning. and then we'll continue with scattered showers wednesday afternoon, thursday, and we're try as we get into next weekend. 56 degrees right now in concord. 56 in napa, 52 oakland. low 50s san francisco, upper 50s san jose. 61 degrees in antioc. so maybe even feeling a little muggy out there in some areas. 61 expected for the afternoon high in oakland today. 61 for mountain view, 62 san jose. 63 in antioc. so antioc, you're not going to budge a whole lot between now and then. 62 in napa, low 60s in santa rosa. 63 today in santa rosa. yesterday santa rosa, about 72. so you'll feel that. into monday now, with the sun and the clouds. dry conditions, low 60s in the forecast. here comes that rain tuesday afternoon. wednesday, thursday, upper 50s, low 60s in the forecast for the second half of the day. back to you. >>> we have been keeping an eye on the sierra for you. guess what? it's snowing. let's give you a live look. a little hard to see. you can see the flakes coming down. it looks just wet right now. this is interstate 80 and king vail road. you can see the cars moving through there without a problem, but there should be more snow coming. this is a wake storm moving across the mountains. still expected to bring an inch or 2 to the higher elevations. a bigger storm is expected on tuesday through friday when more snow is expected to fall. that, of course, is welcome news, because it's been dry, dry, dry. the latest snow survey shows we experienced the dryest january and february on record. >>> well, lake tahoe's water is getting a little clearer. every year the clarity is measured by determining the depths at which a white disk can be seen from the surface of the water. last year's annual average clarity depth was recorded at 75.3 feet. that is an 11 foot improvement from the all-time worst recorded depth back in 1997. experts are crediting an environmental improvement program for keeping the lake cleaner. >>> starting tomorrow, people will have to pay more to park near at&t ballpark. weekday rates of 25 cents per hour from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., but prices will be hiked for the big games. metered parking will cost 5 to $7 an hour. metered parking is part of muni's s.f. park program, an experiment that tests whether charging more for parking spots in high demand will reduce congestion. >>> putting an end to the red light cameras? which bay area cities could be getting rid of them for good, and why. >> and a gun store is thanking the president for bringing business to his store. we'll tell you why the approach is sparking a lot of controversy. >> but first, let's take you outside for a live look at the east shore freeway. sun has made an appearance out there. let's tell you about an accident up in santa rosa. looks like a car hit a denny's. 9:43 on the clock. this is mornings on 2. gewh, baby. hmm. let's just share a 20 piece. 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[ music ] >>> well, one year later, there were more cheers than tears. a big change from the scene last year in indiana when tornadoes leveled several communities, including the city of henryville. the last 12 months have brought support, rebuilding and generous donations, giving survivors a reason to celebrate. a remembrance ceremony and parade reflected back on the tragedy, and the outpouring of love from people all over the nation. 14 people were killed, and hundreds of homes destroyed in that storm, which unleashed five tornadoes in a single afternoon. >>> a small community near sacramento will hold a public memorial tonight to mark one year since the killing of a 13- year-old girl. jessica funkasm's body was found in the dugout of a baseball diamond at a park in rosemont on march 6 last year. no arrests have been made, despite a $10,000 reward for information. a vigil will be held at 6:00 tonight at the park where she died. >>> the case of a stockton girl missing since 1996 is getting some new attention. investigation discovery is a t.v. network that features crime- related documentaries. and tonight and tomorrow morning, it will run the story of kristin smart. smart disappeared after attending a friend's birthday party at cal poly. smart's family hopes the t.v. show will provide them with answers. >>> there is new video of the oakland couple whose family and friends thought they had gone missing in peru. >> [ speaking in spanish ] >> that video posted online of garrett hann and jamie neil shows the couple happy and healthy. the two were out of contact for about a month while traveling in the amazon. fears for their safety triggered a search by the u.s. state department. the couple surfaced last week and called home. no word on when they will return to the bay area. >>> secretary of state john kerry is urging unity and reform in egypt. he is wrapping up his visit today, meeting with egyptian president mohammed morsi and other government officials, as well as opposition leaders. kerry says they must resolve their differences in order to get egypt's faulterring economy back on track. >> it is paramount, essential. , urgent, that the egyptian economy get stronger. that it get back on its feet. >> the u.s. is concerned that continued instability in' just will have broader consequences in a region already rocked by unrest, and areas such as syria. violent clashes between protesters and egyptian security forces are raising concerns about upcoming parliamentary elections. >>> posters in a new hampshire gun shop are causing mixed reaction. this poster of president obama in the window of collectible arms and ammo calls him the firearms salesman of the year. but it is posted next to others of hitler, mao and stalin. people in that area say that's disrespectful. the shop's owners say the store fronts are two separate messages, and says he isn't saying anything negative about the president. >> i don't like how they're comparing barack obama to those three terrible people. >> i honestly don't think it's good. >> do you think it's disrespectful to the president? >> in fact, i think we're complimenting him. >> the owner of the shop says the sales have increased since the talk of tighter gun laws began and he says he doesn't think the president is a dictator, but does believe that some of his ideas violate the constitution. >>> the future of a southern california nuclear power plant is unclear, bringing the state's energy use into question. it has been more than a year le radioactive gas forced a shutdown of the san onofre nuclear plant. now authorities are questioning what to do it with. the state of the plant will affect future energy use in the state with regulators trying to figure out how to replace lost power >>> water rates are expected to increase in santa rosa and nearby communities. according to the santa rosa press democratic, the sonoma county water agency is proposing a 5% increase to cities and water districts that buy from the agency. the cost to individual households could go up 2.1%. the revenue collected would go to planned upgrades to its system. the rate hike will be debated this week. if approved, the increase is set to kick in on july 1. >>> the red light camera days could be over for three bay area cities. according to the mercury news, hayward, redwood city and san rafael are considering ending their red light camera programs. this comes as the camera vendor, red flex is under fire amidst accusations of a $2 million bribery scheme. officials in other bay area cities say they're happy with their cameras and plan to keep them. >>> they're getting ready to create jobs for bay area use. jamba juice's president plans to make announcements tomorrow morning. the company is looking to fill 3500 positions. the event kicks off jamba juice's national hiring day held at tuesday at stores across the bay area. >>> concerns surrounding nascar safety. if new measures officials plan to take to make sure fans don't get injured after a serious crash last weekend. >> mostly cloudy skies outside our door this morning. we'll turn partly cloudy for the afternoon. a slight chance of rain. i'll explain coming up. you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have a wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receive
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camp in san jose. they are supposed to clear out this morning but many are still here. what is going to happen. mornings on 2 starts now. >> complete, bay area news coverage starts right now this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome to mornings onto. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. happening now, in oakland, federal agents and local police are teaming up for a major crime sweep. brian flores is live from oakland with new information on this developing story. >> reporter: good morning to you. what we are learning is that this police raid involving oakland police as well as united states marshalls, they arrested several people this morning starting at around two on people involved in violent crime. this was confirmed when we pulled up about six a large group of officers and some heavy tactical gear and armored vehicles. the police station served as a regrouping point for the operation which included opd and united states marshalls. attorneys also involved here as well. they have a command unit based in front of the station also. it's still not clear in terms of the det
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, on july 1st. >>> 7:08. hey, sal, you are watching san jose. how are they doing? >> well, right now not too bad. although we're watching it closely. things are getting busier. we're also looking at the commute. but the fog is kind of a little bit of a story earlier this morning. it was absolutely clear here and it seems to be moving around. there seems to be more fog today than yesterday. just keep that in mind. some areas are clear, others are foggy. moving along and taking a look at the commute at the toll plaza, westbound, 25-minute delay. it's been steady for that length of time before you make it past the metering lights. if you are driving from livermore to pleasanton, the drive here is okay. and then from hayward to fremont, we're getting a little bit of slow traffic there as well. >>> 7:09. let's get to -- let's go to rosemary. >> more widespread fog. take a look. i am getting this might be san francisco. you can't tell. san francisco, oakland -- it is san francisco, i'm being told. but again, we have overcast skies. some of us dealing with patchy dense fog, once again. i'm
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Mar 26, 2013 7:00am PDT
san jose several and in talking with the division chief a short time ago, he talked to us about the damage on the upper level of this damage and a good portion of the roof did collapse here. this was a very stubborn fire that burned for several hours this morning. it broke out at 2:30 a.m. people who live in the building woke up and everyone, luckily, did make it out safely. but five people will have to find another place to live because their units were destroyed by the fire. now, this building has several businesses down on the ground floor, including a clothing store. i talked with the owner this morning and she told me she's worried about the smoke and water damage she will find inside the place. >> it's pretty hard considering i've only owned the business eight and a half months. this is my dream job. i got out of corporate. i'm not gonna get down on this. >> reporter: that woman told me she does have insurance for her store. so she's trying to keep a positive attitude this morning. a fire investigator willing called in to try to investigate a cause for the fire. back out here
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Mar 31, 2013 7:00am PDT
mountain view and san jose and for santa rosa, the extended forecast. leaving in the possibility of a few sprinkles tomorrow and it slowed down a little bit. >> could take awhile for it to exit the area. chance of sprinkles tomorrow. clearing out by the afternoon. fair skies. tuesday, wednesday, another chance of rain moving in on thursday. i will take a look at how much rain we have seen so far out of the weekend storm, coming up. >>> taking a stand. what the white house is saying in the wake of the latest threatses from north korea and what the ambassador says about the leader. >>> how the state tracks sex offenders. it is causing an immediate threat to public safety and how they are responding. we will take you outside. that is interstate 880 rolling on through oakland. there is a crash on the off ramp. we check with chp, last of the spinouts and minor accidents around the bay area. wouldn't be surprised if that is is a rule of the wet roads this morning. be careful out there. this is "mornings on 2". [ boy 1 ] hey! that's the last crescent. oh, did you want it? yea we'll split it.
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Mar 6, 2013 7:00am PST
lower 50s. santa rosa, currently 44. downtown san francisco, 49 and san jose reporting mostly cloudy skies and the current temperature, 50 degrees. a few hours for today, especially for this morning and cold rain expected for tomorrow. as this area of low pressure approaches. the cold front moves across the area overnight. we will have a sun/cloud mix and then cold rain for tomorrow. this is an unstable air mass. we're talking about some thunderstorms and possibly low snow levels down to 3,000 feet. here's our forecast models showing you this. and then into the afternoon hours, it drops off on the coverage quite a bit. but still a chance and then into tonight, look what happens. we have development offshore and into tomorrow morning, that will be the source of some more rain showers and a chance of a few thunderstorms. today, some clouds, breaks in the clouds, passing shower, especially for this morning. temperatures mainly in the 50s for afternoon highs. look ahead, we could be tracking some thunderstorms for your thursday. partly sunny skies on friday. with your weekend alwa
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Mar 4, 2013 7:00am PST
as you drive through. but not so much in downtown san jose. a little bit more closer to 880 northbound. so here it looks good. just around the coroner you will see some slow traffic. also the morning commute is going to be busy on 880 we've had some slowing on the bridge. that's gone. southbound 880 slow from 238. we had an earlier crash kind of to blame for that. and the morning drive at bay bridge toll plaza. that is backed up for a 25 minute delay. now, let's go to steve. >>> a lot of low clouds in place just sent out a tweet showing the visibility satellite and it's a busy fog bank. some areas, a few locations have sun already. but it's not very warm. we had a little system yesterday. left behind a lot of cloud cover. rain? duh he say rain? yeah, i did. it's on its way for tomorrow night. coolest at 43. at 49, haywood, oakland, san jose. 49. low clouds, local drizzle. breezy. afternoon fog and sun. cooler and breezy. even with the fog burns off that front coming in we'll enhance it right away by late tonight into tomorrow. 50s on the temps. low 60s. more on the rain comi
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Mar 17, 2013 7:00am PDT
valley. 69 in san jose as well as milpitas. and 68 row, and are -- six redwood city and i am seeing sunshine and half moon bay. >> the extended forecast, they will see a near repeat for monday. then the changes start to move in. by tuesday afternoon. increasing clouds and even a possibility on tuesday. but the main event will come tuesday night and continuing to fall. >> take a look at wednesday. >> cool, cool numbers. and low 60s. with cloudy can skies. and showers. >> upper 60s. back into the forecast. as early as thursday. >> it looks dry as well. >> time is now 7:40. 12 bay area sports legends were honored for thundershower achievement. they inducted the first class. joe morgan. frank robinson and ricky henderson. high school sports programs have within hit march. and last night's induction ceremony any doubles as a fundraiser. >> it is parts iting in sports. >> and six high schools. >> over 117 teams. and this can barley that. and have it for the local sports programs. >> they have the critical role in helping athletes break down the records and economic and national good morni
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Mar 30, 2013 7:00am PDT
. police say a man in his early 20s was on the on-ramp approaching southbound 87 in san jose. his car hit the center divide and flipped on it it's side. he had to go out through the wind sheil. he was taken to the hospital. we have no word on his condition. a number of things could have caused that crash including alcohol or distracted driving. >> a 10-year-old is recovering after being grazed by flying debris during a shooting in oakland. she was outside playing when someone down the street started shooting. she was hit by flying wood that was splintered when it was hit by a bullet. >> i know that the community and the police department do as much as they can but the problem is they are doing what -- almost what they can handle. >> nobody else was hurt. no arrests have been made. >> the family of a baby shot thursday in richmond said the 1- year-old is recovering well. a shot spotter recorded that gun fire as it happened. police say 19 shots were fired in less than six seconds outside the home of a 1-year- old officers say the gunman was firing at a man on a bike just outside the apartme
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Mar 27, 2013 7:00am PDT
office as if they could confirm anything about this report. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:18. the sacramento city council has approved an arena deal aimed at convincing the sacramento kings to cancel plans to move to seattle. our reporter brian hickey live in sacramento now to tell us about that vote last night and what is next in the battle over the kings. >> reporter: it's not over yet. this is a major step forward but not done, with the city council voting 7-2. this is the downtown plaza in downtown sacramento. la nightthe council voting 7-2 to join in on the deal and let out a cheer at the same time. >> let's do it! [ cheers ] >> reporter: the 7th and final vote coming from the former nba all-star and mayor of sacramento, kevin jon, agreeing to this deal to build the arena here. the city would be responsible for $258 million from that. the rest would come from investors. all pitching in to put together a counteroffer to keep the sacramento kings here in sacramento after the maloofs joined into a deal with investors out of seattle to
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Mar 1, 2013 7:00am PST
conditions. others are a little cool to cold. 30s up to the north but a lot of 40s. san jose really picking up the fog there. same for mountain view, sunnyvale. the high clouds are out of the picture. there will be a lot coming in tonight and tomorrow. today is the day to enjoy it. warm inland temperatures. 70s. mostly sunny. i say that because there could be a few high clouds. but it looks pretty good. nice to warm. in fact, temperatures today, 60s 70s. we'll have more coming up in about ten minutes. >>> all right, steve. >> we're in the final seconds of a nasa launch to a private spacecraft. live pictures -- >> minus 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. >> talk about perfect timing. >> and lift-off! >> it's supposed to take more than a ton of space station supplies an quit. it includesicks per -- and equipment. it includes experiments by nasa ames. one will help scientists understand how planets grow, the other, biology. nasa is paying for this. it's the third time a dragon capsule has made the trip. so far it looks like a picture- perfect launch. >> yeah. >> we took it live. we'll continue to
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